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Figure 1: Parasternal short-axis view at the level of great vessels showing the normal origin of coronaries. (a) Origin of the left main coronary artery from left-facing sinus and proximal course of the left main coronary artery and left anterior descending is seen (arrow). (b) Same view with color flow mapping showing forward flow in the left main coronary artery (red color). Also, note antegrade flow in the right coronary artery. (c) Slight clockwise rotation from standard parasternal short axis view profiles length of the left anterior descending artery. PA: Pulmonary artery, Ao: Aorta, LCA: Left coronary artery, Cx: Circumflex coronary artery, LAD: Left anterior descending artery, RCA: Right coronary artery

Figure 1: Parasternal short-axis view at the level of great vessels showing the normal origin of coronaries. (a) Origin of the left main coronary artery from left-facing sinus and proximal course of the left main coronary artery and left anterior descending is seen (arrow). (b) Same view with color flow mapping showing forward flow in the left main coronary artery (red color). Also, note antegrade flow in the right coronary artery. (c) Slight clockwise rotation from standard parasternal short axis view profiles length of the left anterior descending artery. PA: Pulmonary artery, Ao: Aorta, LCA: Left coronary artery, Cx: Circumflex coronary artery, LAD: Left anterior descending artery, RCA: Right coronary artery