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Figure 3: Echocardiography of an infant with anomalous origin of the left coronary artery from the pulmonary artery. (a) Parasternal short-axis view at the level of great vessels of showing the origin of the left coronary artery from pulmonary artery (arrow) on two-dimensional echo. (b) On color flow mapping reversal of color flow in the left main and left anterior descending is seen (blue flow instead of normal red flow). (c) Parasternal short-axis view showing dilated right coronary artery (arrow). (d) Apical four-chamber view showing dilated left ventricle with sclerosed mitral valve papillary muscle (arrow). (e) Same view on color flow mapping showing mitral regurgitation. Ao: Aorta, PA: Pulmonary artery, RCA: Right coronary artery, RA: Right atrium, LA: Left atrium, RV: Right ventricle, LV: Left ventricle, MPA: Main pulmonary artery

Figure 3: Echocardiography of an infant with anomalous origin of the left coronary artery from the pulmonary artery. (a) Parasternal short-axis view at the level of great vessels of showing the origin of the left coronary artery from pulmonary artery (arrow) on two-dimensional echo. (b) On color flow mapping reversal of color flow in the left main and left anterior descending is seen (blue flow instead of normal red flow). (c) Parasternal short-axis view showing dilated right coronary artery (arrow). (d) Apical four-chamber view showing dilated left ventricle with sclerosed mitral valve papillary muscle (arrow). (e) Same view on color flow mapping showing mitral regurgitation. Ao: Aorta, PA: Pulmonary artery, RCA: Right coronary artery, RA: Right atrium, LA: Left atrium, RV: Right ventricle, LV: Left ventricle, MPA: Main pulmonary artery