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Figure 3 (A-D): Case 1: Thin coronal (A) and sagittal (B) multiplanar (MPR) CT scan images show a tubular channel (arrow) arising from the cardiac apex and extending up to the umbilical region. The dextraposed aorta is seen arising from the right ventricle. A narrow pulmonary artery can be seen arising from the right ventricle. The diverticulum arises from the cardiac apex. Axial CT scan (C) shows an umbilical hernia containing the left lobe of the liver and the ventricular diverticulum. Sagittal CT scan reconstruction (D) shows the sternum with four ossification centers

Figure 3 (A-D): Case 1: Thin coronal (A) and sagittal (B) multiplanar (MPR) CT scan images show a tubular channel (arrow) arising from the cardiac apex and extending up to the umbilical region. The dextraposed aorta is seen arising from the right ventricle. A narrow pulmonary artery can be seen arising from the right ventricle. The diverticulum arises from the cardiac apex. Axial CT scan (C) shows an umbilical hernia containing the left lobe of the liver and the ventricular diverticulum. Sagittal CT scan reconstruction (D) shows the sternum with four ossification centers