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Search > Cardiovascular Program > Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return (TAPVR or PAPVR) > Echocardiogram: TAPVR-Infradiaphragmatic > TAPVR-Infradiaphragmatic: 2D Echo and Color Doppler- Subxiphoid Short-Axis View, Vertical Vein

TAPVR-Infradiaphragmatic: 2D Echo and Color Doppler- Subxiphoid Short-Axis View, Vertical Vein

In the same patient, a subxiphoid short-axis view shows blood flow coursing inferiorly in the vertical vein (red color) from the pulmonary veins to the hepatic venous system. At the end of the loop, color turbulence at the anastomotic site in the liver represents obstruction at this level.

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