Classical erroneous view of the heart, with the septa orientated in a saggital plane (but to show is cool!). In the inferior margin of the picture it can be appreciated the right (RV) and the left (LV) ventricles, separated by the Left anterior descending artery and its respective vein. In the superior margin, the left atrium appendage, hiding the origin of the left coronary vessels (1), the pulmonary artery (2) and the Aorta (3).

Image #153