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Parasternal long axis view with posterior sweep indicating tricuspid atresia
Parasternal long axis indicating that there is tricuspid atresia. The colour box is showing now flow at the RV-RA junction.
Case of tricuspid atresia, normally related great vessels, VSD and pulmonary stenosis
Parasternal long axis outlining the tricuspid atresia in the posterior view.
Short axis (parasternal) with a sweep towards the apex.
RVOT from the small remnant RV. The pulmonary valve is doming. There is hypoplasia of the main pulmonary artery
3D volume acquisition in a patient with tricuspid atresia. The LV takes a more globular shape.
3D volume of an infant with tricuspid atresia. One may see the single ventricule of LV conformation, as well as the VSD.
Apical 4 chamber view with deformation analysis of the left ventricle in the context of tricuspid atresia.
Great review presentation on Tricuspid Atresia by Laila Wazneh and Marco Zeid, NNP at the Montreal Children's Hospital
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