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Figure 1: Echocardiographic pictures (pre and postintervention). One case with baseline severe indirect Gerbode shunt (a) which showed no residual VSD and trivial tricuspid regurgitation immediately after device closure (b) Another case with well-developed tricuspid septal leaflet aneurysm (depicted by asterisk) and severe indirect Gerbode shunt (c) showing small residual VSD and moderate tricuspid regurgitation after the procedure (d). LA: Left atrium; RA: Right atrium; RV: Right ventricle; LVOT: Left ventricle outflow tract

Figure 1: Echocardiographic pictures (pre and postintervention). One case with baseline severe indirect Gerbode shunt (a) which showed no residual VSD and trivial tricuspid regurgitation immediately after device closure (b) Another case with well-developed tricuspid septal leaflet aneurysm (depicted by asterisk) and severe indirect Gerbode shunt (c) showing small residual VSD and moderate tricuspid regurgitation after the procedure (d). LA: Left atrium; RA: Right atrium; RV: Right ventricle; LVOT: Left ventricle outflow tract