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Figure 24: Frontal radiograph of the chest and abdomen of a neonate shows the tip of an umbilical venous catheter (straight arrow) in the left atrium; it has passed through a patent foramen ovale. The tip of the umbilical artery catheter (curved arrow) is in the arch of the aorta (which is undesirable as it is near the origin of the carotid artery)

Figure 24: Frontal radiograph of the chest and abdomen of a neonate shows the tip of an umbilical venous catheter (straight arrow) in the left atrium; it has passed through a patent foramen ovale. The tip of the umbilical artery catheter (curved arrow) is in the arch of the aorta (which is undesirable as it is near the origin of the carotid artery)