Case Reports in Cardiology / 2015 / Article / Fig 1

Case Report

Partial PFO Closure for Persistent Hypoxemia in a Patient with Ebstein Anomaly

Figure 1

(a) TTE apical four-chamber view, focused on the right heart, showing Ebstein anomaly with atrialization of the right ventricle. (b) TEE image (107 degrees) showing the patent foramen ovale (arrow). (c) TEE image (107 degrees) with color Doppler, showing the patent foramen ovale. (d) TEE four-chamber view (0 degrees) showing the tricuspid valve and the patent foramen ovale. (e) TEE four-chamber view (0 degrees) with color Doppler, showing the eccentric tricuspid regurgitation jet flowing through the patent foramen ovale. (f) Coronary angiogram showing a 20 mm Gore Septal Occluder device used for partial percutaneous patent foramen ovate closure.
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