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    • NORMAL
      VC
      PV
      SVC
      RA
      LA
      LUNG
      RV
      LV
      IVC
      PA
      AO
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    • L-R SHUNT
      7
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    • ASD
      VC
      PV
      SVC
      RA
      LA
      LUNG
      RV
      LV
      IVC
      PA
      AO
      9
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    • CXR: CE RAE RVH Plethora
      Doppler ECHO showing shunt
      Diagrammatic representation
      Cardiac cathetrization
      Contrast injection LA-RA
      Necropsy specimen - ASD
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    • VSD
      VC
      PV
      SVC
      RA
      LA
      LUNG
      RV
      LV
      IVC
      PA
      AO
      16
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    • PDA
      VC
      PV
      SVC
      RA
      LA
      LUNG
      RV
      LV
      IVC
      PA
      AO
      20
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    • OBSTRUCTIVE
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    • AORTIC STENOSIS
      VC
      PV
      SVC
      RA
      LA
      LUNG
      RV
      LV
      IVC
      PA
      AO
      27
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    • Pulmonary valve obstruction  pressure gradient across PV RV Hypertrophy
      PULMONARY STENOSIS
      VC
      PV
      SVC
      RA
      LA
      LUNG
      RV
      LV
      IVC
      PA
      AO
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    • COARCTATION
      VC
      PV
      SVC
      RA
      LA
      Pre-ductal dilatation
      LUNG
      Constriction of aorta
      RV
      LV
      IVC
      Bicuspid aortic valve
      Obstruction to blood flow
      PA
      AO
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    • RSOV
      Aorta-RA Fistula in the same patient demonstrated at the time of surgery
      Aortic Angiogram and echocardiography showing the leak from aortic root to RA
      Non-coronary -RV
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    • Coronary Arteriovenous Fistula
      Coronary arteriovenous fistula between LAD and pulmonary artery
      The leash of vessels arising from the LAD is draining into the pulmonary artery
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    • TETRALOGY OF FALLOT
      VC
      PV
      SVC
      RA
      LA
      Rt Ventricular Hypertrophy
      LUNG
      Ventricular septal defect
      IVC
      RV
      LV
      Infundibular stenosis
      Over-riding of aorta
      PA
      AO
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    • TRICUSPID ATRESIA
      VC
      PV
      SVC
      Atrial septal defect
      RA
      LA
      Tricuspid Atresia
      LUNG
      Ventricular septal defect
      RV
      IVC
      Blood mixture in pul artery
      LV
      PA
      AO
      55
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    • CXR in Eisenmenger syndrome due to VSD
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    • ECG in Eisenmenger syndrome due to VSD
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    • TAPVC
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