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Figure 3: Pre-procedure cardiac catheterization: Catheter course: 6F Pigtail: LFA > LIA > AA > DTA > AORTIC ARCH > AORTIC ROOT. NIH: LFV > LIV > Left-sided IVC > RA > LV > PA. At the level of diaphragm, aorta is on the right and inferior venacava on the left, suggestive of situs inversus. There is evidence of severe pulmonary arterial hypertension > 66/30 (46) mmHg. (LFA: Left femoral artery, LIA: Left iliac artery {external and common iliac}, AA: Abdominal aorta, DTA: Descending thoracic aorta, NIH: National Institute of Health, LFV: Left femoral vein, LIV: Left iliac vein {external and common iliac}, IVC: Inferior venacava, RA: Right atrium, LV: Left ventricle, PA: Pulmonary artery)

Figure 3: Pre-procedure cardiac catheterization: Catheter course: 6F Pigtail: LFA > LIA > AA > DTA > AORTIC ARCH > AORTIC ROOT. NIH: LFV > LIV > Left-sided IVC > RA > LV > PA. At the level of diaphragm, aorta is on the right and inferior venacava on the left, suggestive of situs inversus. There is evidence of severe pulmonary arterial hypertension > 66/30 (46) mmHg. (LFA: Left femoral artery, LIA: Left iliac artery {external and common iliac}, AA: Abdominal aorta, DTA: Descending thoracic aorta, NIH: National Institute of Health, LFV: Left femoral vein, LIV: Left iliac vein {external and common iliac}, IVC: Inferior venacava, RA: Right atrium, LV: Left ventricle, PA: Pulmonary artery)