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Case Title: A 24-year-old female had a Waterston shunt as an infant and a left Blalock-Taussig shunt at the age of 5

Case History: A 24-year-old female had a Waterston shunt as an infant and a left Blalock-Taussig shunt at the age of 5 and then later at the age of 13 had a Glenn procedure with division of the right pulmonary artery. Currently she has mild dyspnoea on exertion but is comfortable on routine work and is not currently on any medications. Apparently she is mildly cyanotic with clubbing her oxygen saturation about 92% at rest.


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X-Ray finding1
There is an evidence of previous left thoraconomy. The heart size is normal limits with cardiothorasic ratio of about 50percentage. The pulmonary vascular markings appear normal. There is a left aortic arch. The retro sternal space is somewhat filled in.
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X-Ray finding2
The same xray in lateral view.
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