Edit the following sentence for correct usage of anatomy terms:
The investigators examined catheter-induced lesions of the right heart.
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The investigators examined catheter-induced lesions of the right side of the heart.
Editor’s Note: Authors often err in referring to anatomical regions or structures as the “right heart,” “left chest,” “left neck,” and “right brain.” Generally these terms can be corrected by inserting a phrase such as “part of the” or “side of the” (§11.6, Anatomy, p 410 in print).—Laura King, ELS