Left lateral view. The heart is rotated to the left so the pulmonary artery (PA) arising from the right ventricle can’t be seen in this picture). In the left inferior side of the picture, the left ventricle (LV) can be appreciated with the left marginal branches, artery and vein, surrounded by fat and collargenous tissue. (1) . In the right inferior side, it can be appreciated both left pulmonary veins (*) ending up in the left atrium, and its respective very small appendage (LAA).