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The Arterial Duct Transverse View

Abstract

Although some authors include this section into the category of the three-vessel view [1, 2], here it is described separately. This cut is obtained with a slight cranial tilt from the classic three-vessel view. The level of this section is shown in Figure 10.1.

Keywords

Aortic Arch Main Pulmonary Artery Transverse View Monary Artery Arterial Duct 
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