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Figure 14 (A and B): Combined bronchovenous malformation - Pulmonary hypoplasia and scimitar vein. Chest radiograph (A) shows mediastinal shift to the right side with prominent scimitar vein (arrow) in the right lung base. CT axial section (B) shows scimitar vein draining the right lung into the IVC (arrow) with mediastinal shift to the right due to lung hypoplasia. No anomalous systemic artery was seen to diagnose scimitar syndrome

Figure 14 (A and B): Combined bronchovenous malformation - Pulmonary hypoplasia and scimitar vein. Chest radiograph (A) shows mediastinal shift to the right side with prominent scimitar vein (arrow) in the right lung base. CT axial section (B) shows scimitar vein draining the right lung into the IVC (arrow) with mediastinal shift to the right due to lung hypoplasia. No anomalous systemic artery was seen to diagnose scimitar syndrome