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Figure 3: Shows rare variants and hemodynamic alterations. (a) Mitral stenosis with reverse curvature morphology, (b) posterolateral hypertrophy with normal septal thickness, (c) significant turbulence in left ventricular outflow tract associated with moderate mitral regurgitation, both these complications are related to systolic anterior motion of anterior mitral leaflet, and (d) massive septal hypertrophy with septal thickness up to 4.3 cm

Figure 3: Shows rare variants and hemodynamic alterations. (a) Mitral stenosis with reverse curvature morphology, (b) posterolateral hypertrophy with normal septal thickness, (c) significant turbulence in left ventricular outflow tract associated with moderate mitral regurgitation, both these complications are related to systolic anterior motion of anterior mitral leaflet, and (d) massive septal hypertrophy with septal thickness up to 4.3 cm