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Figure 8 (A-E): Complex congenital anomalies. Four-chamber reconstructed CT image (A) shows the aorta (AO) located anterior and to the right of the pulmonary artery (PA). The aorta originates from the right ventricle (RV) and the pulmonary artery from the left ventricle (LV) in a patient with D-transposition of great arteries. Four-chamber reconstructed CT image (B) shows the left atrium (LA) draining into a hypertrophied morphological RV (systemic ventricle), which opens into the aorta. Moderator band is seen in the RV (arrow). The right atrium (RA) is draining into the morphological LV (pulmonic ventricle), which opens into the pulmonary artery. Axial CT image (C) in the same patient at a higher level shows the aorta located anterior and slightly to the left of pulmonary artery, which is consistent with levotransposition. Three-chamber reconstructed CT image (D) in a patient with repaired tetralogy of Fallot shows a patch repair of the VSD (curved arrow) and partial overriding of the aorta (straight arrow) over the inter-ventricular septum. Sagittal reconstructed CT image (E) in the same patient shows calcified pulmonary conduit (arrow)

Figure 8 (A-E): Complex congenital anomalies. Four-chamber reconstructed CT image (A) shows the aorta (AO) located anterior and to the right of the pulmonary artery (PA). The aorta originates from the right ventricle (RV) and the pulmonary artery from the left ventricle (LV) in a patient with D-transposition of great arteries. Four-chamber reconstructed CT image (B) shows the left atrium (LA) draining into a hypertrophied morphological RV (systemic ventricle), which opens into the aorta. Moderator band is seen in the RV (arrow). The right atrium (RA) is draining into the morphological LV (pulmonic ventricle), which opens into the pulmonary artery. Axial CT image (C) in the same patient at a higher level shows the aorta located anterior and slightly to the left of pulmonary artery, which is consistent with levotransposition. Three-chamber reconstructed CT image (D) in a patient with repaired tetralogy of Fallot shows a patch repair of the VSD (curved arrow) and partial overriding of the aorta (straight arrow) over the inter-ventricular septum. Sagittal reconstructed CT image (E) in the same patient shows calcified pulmonary conduit (arrow)