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Figure 4 (A-C): Cardiac CT scan images of a patient with TOF and absent pulmonary valve. (A) Subaortic ventricular septal defect (short black arrow), overriding of aorta and right ventricular hypertrophy (short white arrow) shown in reconstructed oblique sagittal view. (B) Ring like constriction suggestive of stenosis (arrow) seen at the level of pulmonary annulus and absent pulmonary valve seen in another section of reconstructed oblique sagittal view. (C) The pulmonary trunk and its first order branches are aneurysmal (long white arrow)

Figure 4 (A-C): Cardiac CT scan images of a patient with TOF and absent pulmonary valve. (A) Subaortic ventricular septal defect (short black arrow), overriding of aorta and right ventricular hypertrophy (short white arrow) shown in reconstructed oblique sagittal view. (B) Ring like constriction suggestive of stenosis (arrow) seen at the level of pulmonary annulus and absent pulmonary valve seen in another section of reconstructed oblique sagittal view. (C) The pulmonary trunk and its first order branches are aneurysmal (long white arrow)