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Figure 3: The panels show the salient features of trans-thoracic echocardiography obtained in subcostal. There is usual arrangement of atriums, with absent left atrioventricular connection (*) (a). The left atrial appendage is well-seen (b), with the right atrium connecting to both the ventricles (LV, RV) through two well-formed orifice in the straddling right atrioventricular valve (c). The ventricles themselves are mirror-imaged, showing left-handed ventricular topology. The valvar tissue separating the orifices within the straddling valve is attached to the crest of the misaligned muscular ventricular septum, thus obliterating the ventricular septal deficiency (*). The aorta arises from the smaller right ventricle, producing discordant ventriculoarterial connections. Ao = aorta; LA = left atrium; LAA = left atrial appendage; LV = left ventricle; RA = right atrium; RV = right ventricle

Figure 3: The panels show the salient features of trans-thoracic echocardiography obtained in subcostal. There is usual arrangement of atriums, with absent left atrioventricular connection (*) (a). The left atrial appendage is well-seen (b), with the right atrium connecting to both the ventricles (LV, RV) through two well-formed orifice in the straddling right atrioventricular valve (c). The ventricles themselves are mirror-imaged, showing left-handed ventricular topology. The valvar tissue separating the orifices within the straddling valve is attached to the crest of the misaligned muscular ventricular septum, thus obliterating the ventricular septal deficiency (*). The aorta arises from the smaller right ventricle, producing discordant ventriculoarterial connections. Ao = aorta; LA = left atrium; LAA = left atrial appendage; LV = left ventricle; RA = right atrium; RV = right ventricle