Left ventricular outflow tract
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The left ventricular outflow tract (LVOT) (also sometimes called the aortic vestibule) is considered to represent the region of the left ventricle that lies between the anterior cusp of the mitral valve and the ventricular septum. Its dimensions are often recorded in TAVI work up studies.
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