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Figure 2: Virtual dissection images obtained from computed tomographic angiography in anteroposterior (a) and lateral projection (b) showing common arterial trunk with pulmonary dominance. The ascending aorta is hypoplastic and arises from the right side of the trunk, and the aortic arch is interrupted proximal to the left subclavian artery. A moderate size patent arterial duct joins the pulmonary component of the trunk with descending thoracic aorta. Separate origin of the left pulmonary artery and the right pulmonary artery is also well seen along with an outpouching (*) proximal to the origin of ascending aorta

Figure 2: Virtual dissection images obtained from computed tomographic angiography in anteroposterior (a) and lateral projection (b) showing common arterial trunk with pulmonary dominance. The ascending aorta is hypoplastic and arises from the right side of the trunk, and the aortic arch is interrupted proximal to the left subclavian artery. A moderate size patent arterial duct joins the pulmonary component of the trunk with descending thoracic aorta. Separate origin of the left pulmonary artery and the right pulmonary artery is also well seen along with an outpouching (*) proximal to the origin of ascending aorta