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Figure 4: The relation of great vessels in normal heart, D- and L-transposition as seen in autopsy specimen (a, c, e) and in three-vessel view in fetal echocardiography (b, d, f). (a and b) normal three-vessel view where pulmonary artery is to the left and anterior; (c and d) images of case 1 where aorta is to the left and anterior; (e and f) transposition of great arteries where aorta is anterior and to the right of pulmonary artery. A: Aorta, P: Pulmonary artery, S: Superior vena cava, RV: Right ventricle, Lt: Left of fetus, SP: Spine

Figure 4: The relation of great vessels in normal heart, D- and L-transposition as seen in autopsy specimen (a, c, e) and in three-vessel view in fetal echocardiography (b, d, f). (a and b) normal three-vessel view where pulmonary artery is to the left and anterior; (c and d) images of case 1 where aorta is to the left and anterior; (e and f) transposition of great arteries where aorta is anterior and to the right of pulmonary artery. A: Aorta, P: Pulmonary artery, S: Superior vena cava, RV: Right ventricle, Lt: Left of fetus, SP: Spine