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Figure 5 (A-C): CT two-chamber short-axis (A) and oblique long-axis images (B and C) show obliquely oriented IVS with SIV. Aorta is seen arising from hypoplastic RV and pulmonary artery from LV with large sub-aortic VSD. Both the atria are seen connected to morphological LV. IVS: Interventricular septum, SIV: Supero-inferior ventricles, RV: Right ventricle, PV: Pulmonary artery, LV: Left ventricle, VSD: Ventricular septal defect, RA: Right atrium, LA: Left atrium, SVC; Superior vena cava

Figure 5 (A-C): CT two-chamber short-axis (A) and oblique long-axis images (B and C) show obliquely oriented IVS with SIV. Aorta is seen arising from hypoplastic RV and pulmonary artery from LV with large sub-aortic VSD. Both the atria are seen connected to morphological LV. <i>IVS: Interventricular septum, SIV: Supero-inferior ventricles, RV: Right ventricle, PV: Pulmonary artery, LV: Left ventricle, VSD: Ventricular septal defect, RA: Right atrium, LA: Left atrium, SVC; Superior vena cava</i>