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Figure 7: Volume-rendered fluoroscopy-like image (a) is merged with the trachea and bronchi (b). Bilateral short bronchi with relatively wide bronchial bifurcation angle are observed. Note the abnormal tubular shadow (arrows), corresponding to the ascending vein of total anomalous pulmonary venous return. Bilateral pulmonary arteries do not override the bilateral eparterial short bronchi (c). Fluoroscopy-like image (a) is merged with the heart and bilateral trilobed lungs (d). Pulmonary morphology of the right (e) and left (f) lung show bilateral trilobed lungs

Figure 7: Volume-rendered fluoroscopy-like image (a) is merged with the trachea and bronchi (b). Bilateral short bronchi with relatively wide bronchial bifurcation angle are observed. Note the abnormal tubular shadow (arrows), corresponding to the ascending vein of total anomalous pulmonary venous return. Bilateral pulmonary arteries do not override the bilateral eparterial short bronchi (c). Fluoroscopy-like image (a) is merged with the heart and bilateral trilobed lungs (d). Pulmonary morphology of the right (e) and left (f) lung show bilateral trilobed lungs