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Figure 2: Transthoracic echocardiography in short-axis inverted view showing a transverse muscle band traversing the left ventricle dividing the left ventricle into two halves producing a typical "figure-of-eight" appearance indicating a double-chambered left ventricle in a patient with VACTERL association (a), (b) Demonstrates the left ventricle in systole leading to aorta confirming double-chambered left ventricle. RV = right ventricle; LV = left ventricle chamber; LV1 = left ventricle chamber 1; LV2 = left ventricle chamber 2; AO = aorta

Figure 2: Transthoracic echocardiography in short-axis inverted view showing a transverse muscle band traversing the left ventricle dividing the left ventricle into two halves producing a typical