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Figure 1: (a) Heart, anterior surface – cardiomegaly, aneurysmal dilatation A distal to the left subclavian artery, anomalous collaterals (arrow) distal to aneurysm; (b) heart, posterior surface –constriction beyond aneurysm A. Descending thoracic aorta DTA is supplied by bunch of anomalous collateral arteries (arrows). The ductus is closed. AA: Ascending aorta, LCCA: Left common carotid artery, LA: Left atrium, LPA: Left pulmonary artery, LV: Left ventricle, PT: Pulmonary trunk, RAA: Right atrial appendage, RBCA: Right brachiocephalic artery, RPA: Right pulmonary artery, RV: Right ventricle

Figure 1: (a) Heart, anterior surface – cardiomegaly, aneurysmal dilatation A distal to the left subclavian artery, anomalous collaterals (arrow) distal to aneurysm; (b) heart, posterior surface –constriction beyond aneurysm A. Descending thoracic aorta DTA is supplied by bunch of anomalous collateral arteries (arrows). The ductus is closed. AA: Ascending aorta, LCCA: Left common carotid artery, LA: Left atrium, LPA: Left pulmonary artery, LV: Left ventricle, PT: Pulmonary trunk, RAA: Right atrial appendage, RBCA: Right brachiocephalic artery, RPA: Right pulmonary artery, RV: Right ventricle