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Search > Cardiovascular Program > Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return (TAPVR or PAPVR) > Echocardiogram: TAPVR-Infradiaphragmatic > TAPVR-Infradiaphragmatic: Doppler- Parasternal Long-Axis View, TR jet, Suprasystemic RV Pressure

TAPVR-Infradiaphragmatic: Doppler- Parasternal Long-Axis View, TR jet, Suprasystemic RV Pressure

Doppler profile of tricuspid regurgitation obtained from a parasternal long-axis view shows a 105 mm Hg peak systolic gradient from the right ventricle to right atrium. The blood pressure was 80/50 mm Hg.

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