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Figure 3: Computed tomography scan – three-dimensional reconstruction shows the anatomy with the left upper, left lower, and right lower pulmonary joining to form a common chamber and then the right-sided ascending vein coursing upward where the right upper pulmonary vein joins it after which it inserts onto the innominate vein. The aorta is seen from which a patent ductus arteriosus is arising. LUPV - left upper pulmonary vein, LLPV - left lower pulmonary vein, RLPV - right lower pulmonary vein, RUPV - right upper pulmonary vein, CC - common chamber. In red; A - anterior, P - posterior, R - right, L -left

Figure 3: Computed tomography scan – three-dimensional reconstruction shows the anatomy with the left upper, left lower, and right lower pulmonary joining to form a common chamber and then the right-sided ascending vein coursing upward where the right upper pulmonary vein joins it after which it inserts onto the innominate vein. The aorta is seen from which a patent ductus arteriosus is arising. LUPV - left upper pulmonary vein, LLPV - left lower pulmonary vein, RLPV - right lower pulmonary vein, RUPV - right upper pulmonary vein, CC - common chamber. In red; A - anterior, <i>P</i> - posterior, R - right, L -left