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Figure 1: (a) Axial section of computed tomography showing CAT with origin to ascending aorta as a side branch from the right side and also origin of both pulmonary arteries from the posterior aspect of CAT. (b) Sagittal view showing overriding of CAT with RV predominance. (c) Coronal view showing origin of hypoplastic ascending aorta from CAT with Type B IAA. RV: Right ventricle, LV: Left ventricle, CAT: Common arterial trunk, IAA: Interrupted aortic arch, IA: Brachiocephalic artery, LCA: Left common carotid artery, RPA: Right pulmonary artery, LPA: Left pulmonary artery

Figure 1: (a) Axial section of computed tomography showing CAT with origin to ascending aorta as a side branch from the right side and also origin of both pulmonary arteries from the posterior aspect of CAT. (b) Sagittal view showing overriding of CAT with RV predominance. (c) Coronal view showing origin of hypoplastic ascending aorta from CAT with Type B IAA. RV: Right ventricle, LV: Left ventricle, CAT: Common arterial trunk, IAA: Interrupted aortic arch, IA: Brachiocephalic artery, LCA: Left common carotid artery, RPA: Right pulmonary artery, LPA: Left pulmonary artery