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Figure 2: Follow-up echocardiogram after device closure shows normal global longitudinal strain of −21.5% by speckle tracking (a) and normal synchronous contractility on segmental analysis (b). Apical view (c) shows anomalous coronary behind the aortic root (arrows), well separated from the occluder device between the left and right atria. There is no enlargement of the right ventricle compared to the left ventricle. Magnified view (d) shows the relation between the anomalous coronary (arrows) artery and the occluder. LA: Left atrium, RA: Right atrium, RV: Right ventricle, LV: Left ventricle

Figure 2: Follow-up echocardiogram after device closure shows normal global longitudinal strain of −21.5% by speckle tracking (a) and normal synchronous contractility on segmental analysis (b). Apical view (c) shows anomalous coronary behind the aortic root (arrows), well separated from the occluder device between the left and right atria. There is no enlargement of the right ventricle compared to the left ventricle. Magnified view (d) shows the relation between the anomalous coronary (arrows) artery and the occluder. LA: Left atrium, RA: Right atrium, RV: Right ventricle, LV: Left ventricle