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Gradual diagnosis and clinical importance of prenatally detected persistent left superior vena cava with absent right superior vena cava – a case report and literature review

– main pulmonary artery, AO – aorta, DA – ductus arteriosus, RPVs – right pulmonary veins, LPVs – left pulmonary veins, FO – foramen ovale, IVC – inferior vena cava, LPSVC – left persistent vena cava) Since in most cases PLSVC drains into the right atrium via the coronary sinus (CS), even in 93%(7), dilation of CS is usually the first sign detected during fetal echocardiography, but it can also indicate anomalous pulmonary venous drainage(3,8). In the case of agenesis of the right SVC, CS may be

Oskar Sylwestrzak, Maria Respondek-Liberska

Journal of Ultrasonography , ISSUE 81, e146–e150

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