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Figure 6: The tricuspid valve (TV) is first imaged with 2D interrogation; 3D images are then obtained using Live 3D, 3D Zoom, or a full volume data set. The top panel shows how the 3D image is oriented when the valve is interrogated from the parasternal long axis or parasternal short axis imaging plane. The bottom panel shows how the 3D image is oriented when the valve is interrogated from the apical four-chamber imaging plane. See text for complete explanation

Figure 6: The tricuspid valve (TV) is first imaged with 2D interrogation; 3D images are then obtained using Live 3D, 3D Zoom, or a full volume data set. The top panel shows how the 3D image is oriented when the valve is interrogated from the parasternal long axis or parasternal short axis imaging plane. The bottom panel shows how the 3D image is oriented when the valve is interrogated from the apical four-chamber imaging plane. See text for complete explanation