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Figure 1: (a) Tricuspid inflow pattern was taken in end expiration during quite breathing showing elevated e wave velocity and deceleration time of 180 ms. (b) Tissue Doppler velocity taken across the tricuspid valve. (c) Two-dimensional echocardiography with continuous wave Doppler applied across the right ventricular outflow tract showing the characteristic pandiastolic antegrade flow across the right ventricular outflow tract. (d) Two-dimensional echocardiography with continuous wave Doppler applied across the right ventricular outflow tract showing the systolic antegrade flow into the right ventricular outflow tract with complete disappearance of the pandiastolic antegrade flow across the right ventricular outflow tract

Figure 1: (a) Tricuspid inflow pattern was taken in end expiration during quite breathing showing elevated e wave velocity and deceleration time of 180 ms. (b) Tissue Doppler velocity taken across the tricuspid valve. (c) Two-dimensional echocardiography with continuous wave Doppler applied across the right ventricular outflow tract showing the characteristic pandiastolic antegrade flow across the right ventricular outflow tract. (d) Two-dimensional echocardiography with continuous wave Doppler applied across the right ventricular outflow tract showing the systolic antegrade flow into the right ventricular outflow tract with complete disappearance of the pandiastolic antegrade flow across the right ventricular outflow tract