This collection of 206 color slides with detailed captions depicts an exceptionally large number of myocardial infarctions and related cardiovascular complications. The slides include microscopic and stained sections, 12-lead electrocardiograms, coronary arteriograms, coronary angiograms, rhythm strips, scans, tomograms, echocardiograms, and color flow Doppler studies. The Contents include: Cut end of human coronary artery showing large lipid-rich plaque (3). Coronary artery atheroma. Microscopic section of heart muscle in early stages of myocardial infarction. H&E stain of section of myocardial infarction. Trichrome stain. Postmortem heart cut in cross-section and stained. Short-axis cut of postmortem heart showing recent posterior infarction. Postmortem heart showing myocardial infarction. 12-lead ECGs, coronary arteriograms, and angiograms from various patients. Anterior and inferior non-Q wave myocardial infarction. Rhythms strips & ECGs from various patients. 99mTC-labeled stannous phosphate infarct scans. Two sections from postmortem heart stained for succinic dehydrogenase and imaged scintigraphically with gamma camera. [111In]anti-myosin & thallium-201 images. Radionuclide angiogram. End-systolic images. Pressure traces. 12-lead exercise tests. Thallium tomograms. Regional ejection fraction images. Two-dimensional echocardiograms. Balloon pump augmentation. Various postmortem specimens, echocardiograms, angiograms, and X-rays. Magnetic resonance transverse spin echo image. End-systolic image. Ventricular aneurysms. Contrast angiogram. Large embolus. Rupture of posterior wall. Massive hemopericardium. Color flow Doppler studies. Fatal ventricular fibrillation. Holter monitor strip. Additional ECGs, arteriograms, and angiograms. Positron emission tomograms and other scans. Postmortem autoradiograph of coronary arteries from patient who had a cardiac transplantation.