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Figure 14 (a, b): The anatomic image (left hand panel) and three-dimensional echocardiogram (right hand panel), taken from different patients, show how the ventricular septal defect is perimembranous in the majority of patients with tetralogy of Fallot, as fibrous continuity is present between the leaflets of the tricuspid and aortic valves. Subpulmonary stenosis is the consequence of anterocephalad malalignment of the muscular outlet septum

Figure 14 (a, b): The anatomic image (left hand panel) and three-dimensional echocardiogram (right hand panel), taken from different patients, show how the ventricular septal defect is perimembranous in the majority of patients with tetralogy of Fallot, as fibrous continuity is present between the leaflets of the tricuspid and aortic valves. Subpulmonary stenosis is the consequence of anterocephalad malalignment of the muscular outlet septum