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[[Image:Mirule.png|thumb|The different colours in this figure can help identifying the culprit lesion in a acute myocardial infarction. '''Blue''' corresponds with a lateral MI (culprit lesion: RCX); '''red''' with inferior MI (culprit lesion: RCA); '''green''' with anterior MI (culprit lesion LAD and it's diagonal branches); '''yellow''' with a septal MI (culprit lesion LAD and it's septal branches). Image copyright of Apex innovations which produces the [[http://www.mirule.com MI Rule to help education in identifying myocardial infarctions]]]]
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[[Image:Mirule.png|thumb|The different colours in this figure can help identifying the culprit lesion in a acute myocardial infarction. '''Blue''' corresponds with a lateral MI (culprit lesion: RCX); '''red''' with inferior MI (culprit lesion: RCA); '''green''' with anterior MI (culprit lesion LAD and it's diagonal branches); '''yellow''' with a septal MI (culprit lesion LAD and it's septal branches). Image copyright of Apex innovations which produces the [http://www.mirule.com MI Rule] to help education in identifying myocardial infarctions]]

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The different colours in this figure can help identifying the culprit lesion in a acute myocardial infarction. Blue corresponds with a lateral MI (culprit lesion: RCX); red with inferior MI (culprit lesion: RCA); green with anterior MI (culprit lesion LAD and it's diagonal branches); yellow with a septal MI (culprit lesion LAD and it's septal branches). Image copyright of Apex innovations which produces the MI Rule to help education in identifying myocardial infarctions