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Figure 2 (A-C): Ex full term infant with hypoplastic left heart syndrome who underwent a stage I Norwood procedure and Sano right ventricle to pulmonary artery shunt at 1 week of age followed a little over a week later by acute decompensation requiring pressor support, large right pneumothorax and thoracotomy with chest exploration and large right hemothorax evacuation. Chest radiograph at 4 days old (A) demonstrates absence of soft tissue calcifications. Chest radiograph at 10 weeks (B) demonstrates significant bilateral soft tissue calcifications in the bilateral axillae, peri-scapular, peri-clavicular regions (white arrowheads) as well as the bilateral upper quadrants of the abdomen as indicated by white arrows. Chest radiograph at 3 months (C) demonstrates near complete interval resolution of soft tissue calcifications (white arrowheads)

Figure 2 (A-C): Ex full term infant with hypoplastic left heart syndrome who underwent a stage I Norwood procedure and Sano right ventricle to pulmonary artery shunt at 1 week of age followed a little over a week later by acute decompensation requiring pressor support, large right pneumothorax and thoracotomy with chest exploration and large right hemothorax evacuation. Chest radiograph at 4 days old (A) demonstrates absence of soft tissue calcifications. Chest radiograph at 10 weeks (B) demonstrates significant bilateral soft tissue calcifications in the bilateral axillae, peri-scapular, peri-clavicular regions (white arrowheads) as well as the bilateral upper quadrants of the abdomen as indicated by white arrows. Chest radiograph at 3 months (C) demonstrates near complete interval resolution of soft tissue calcifications (white arrowheads)