Close
  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: (a) Two-dimensional computerized tomographic image in transverse view showing left pulmonary artery origin from main pulmonary artery. Right pulmonary artery is visualized in cross-section at this level. (b) Two-dimensional computerized tomographic image in transverse view showing right pulmonary artery origin from main pulmonary artery. Left pulmonary artery is visualized in cross-section at this level. (c) Two-dimensional computerized tomographic image in sagittal view showing both the branch pulmonary arteries coursing below aortic arch. (d) Three-dimensional volume-rendered image (posterior view) showing interruption of aortic arch with patent ductus arteriosus continuing as descending aorta and criss-cross origin of pulmonary arteries. AAo: Ascending Aorta, DAo: Descending aorta, IAA: Interrupted aortic arch, LPA: Left pulmonary artery, PDA: Patent ductus arteriosus, RPA: Right pulmonary artery

Figure 2: (a) Two-dimensional computerized tomographic image in transverse view showing left pulmonary artery origin from main pulmonary artery. Right pulmonary artery is visualized in cross-section at this level. (b) Two-dimensional computerized tomographic image in transverse view showing right pulmonary artery origin from main pulmonary artery. Left pulmonary artery is visualized in cross-section at this level. (c) Two-dimensional computerized tomographic image in sagittal view showing both the branch pulmonary arteries coursing below aortic arch. (d) Three-dimensional volume-rendered image (posterior view) showing interruption of aortic arch with patent ductus arteriosus continuing as descending aorta and criss-cross origin of pulmonary arteries. AAo: Ascending Aorta, DAo: Descending aorta, IAA: Interrupted aortic arch, LPA: Left pulmonary artery, PDA: Patent ductus arteriosus, RPA: Right pulmonary artery