Congenitally Corrected Transposition of the Great Arteries, Dextrocardia, and Subvalvular Pulmonary Stenosis
A 40-year-old asymptomatic woman was referred to our echocardiography laboratory because of dextrocardia and a systolic ejection murmur at the upper right sternal border. Electrocardiography showed a negative P in leads I and AVL. Chest X-ray revealed that the stomach and the heart were located in their right positions.
KeywordsLeft Ventricle Pulmonary Vein Papillary Muscle Tricuspid Valve Pulmonary Valve
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