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 Indian J Med Microbiol  
 

Figure 1 (A and B): Ex full term infant with hypoplastic left heart syndrome who was on bypass during surgical repair followed by ECMO for low cardiac output shortly after surgery. The patient was deceased at the time this study was conducted. Chest radiograph at 8 days of life (A) notable for absence of soft tissue calcifications and at 7 weeks old (B) with marked asymmetric right greater than left axillary, peri-scapular, and peri-clavicular calcifications as indicated by white arrows

Figure 1 (A and B): Ex full term infant with hypoplastic left heart syndrome who was on bypass during surgical repair followed by ECMO for low cardiac output shortly after surgery. The patient was deceased at the time this study was conducted. Chest radiograph at 8 days of life (A) notable for absence of soft tissue calcifications and at 7 weeks old (B) with marked asymmetric right greater than left axillary, peri-scapular, and peri-clavicular calcifications as indicated by white arrows