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The oxygenated pulmonary circulation.   case 1 images 5, 6, 7, and video 1: the images 5, 6, and 7 represent still parts of the color doppler 4d cine loop (video 1) of the heart in the case of the transposition of the great arteries. Ventricular filling (in red) and parallel course of transposed great arteries (in blue) can be seen (pa - pulmonary artery, ao - aorta, lv - left ventricle, rv - right ventricle). Speed of the cine loop of the video 1 was decreased to 40%.     images 8, 9, and 10: the image 8 represents sagittal 3d color doppler image of the outflow tracts of the heart in the case of the transposition of the great arteries. Those two blue flows represent transposed aorta (more anteriorly; closer to the upper side of the image)  and pulmonary artery (more posteriorly; just behind the transposed aorta). The image 9 shows sagittal 2d scan of the heart with transposed aorta (ao) arising from the right ventricle. The image 10 shows three-vessel view of the heart in the case of transposition of the great arteries. Just transposed aorta (ao) and superior vena cava are visible at this level.   case 2 images 11, 12: the image 11 shows sagittal 2d scan of the heart with transposed aorta arising from the right ventricle. The image 12 represents a fusion of the image 11 with a drawing depicting the course of the transposed aorta (in red).   images 13, 14: the image 13 shows sagittal 2d scan of the heart with transposed aorta arising from the right ventricle and transposed pulmonary artery arising from the left ventricle and going in parallel just behind the aorta. The image 14 represents a fusion of the image 13 with a drawing depicting the parallel course of the transposed aorta (in red) and pulmonary artery (in blue).   images 15, 16, 17, and 18: transposition of the great arteries. The image 15 shows five-chamber view of the heart with bifurcating pulmonary artery arising from the left ventricle. The image 16 represents color doppler scan of the heart at the same level as the image 15. Bifurcating pulmonary artery arising from the left ventricle is clearly visible. The images 17 and 18 represent fusions of the image 15 with drawings depicting the structures visible on the image 15 (rv - right ventricle, lv - left ventricle, pulmonary artery in blue).     images 19, 20: transposition of the great arteries. The images show three-vessel view of the heart, where just transposed aorta (depicted in red color on the image 20), and superior vena cava are visible. Direction of the blood flow within the transposed aorta is shown by the green arrow on the image 20.   images 21, 22, and 23: transposition of the great arteries.  by these images we wanted to demonstrate how can be the transposition of the great arteries. buy viagra overnight delivery buy generic viagra viagra without a doctor prescription buy viagra online cheap generic viagra cheap viagra online cheap viagra cheap viagra classicmotocrossimages.com/mbs-online-order-viagra-tb/ generic viagra online  

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