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Figure 2: (A-C): (A) Four-chamber image of the patient shows absence of a dilated coronary coronary sinus (arrow) which, given the presence of the LSVC, would be expected to pass through this plane in the region of the arrow. The image also shows relative dilatation of the right atrium and right ventricle. (B) For comparison, the four-chamber image of another patient with a persistant LSVC shows a dilated coronary sinus (arrow) which drains into the right atrium. (C) For further comparison, four-chamber image of a healthy volunteer shows a normal-sized coronary sinus (arrow)

Figure 2: (A-C): (A) Four-chamber image of the patient shows absence of a dilated coronary coronary sinus (arrow) which, given the presence of the LSVC, would be expected to pass through this plane in the region of the arrow. The image also shows relative dilatation of the right atrium and right ventricle. (B) For comparison, the four-chamber image of another patient with a persistant LSVC shows a dilated coronary sinus (arrow) which drains into the right atrium. (C) For further comparison, four-chamber image of a healthy volunteer shows a normal-sized coronary sinus (arrow)