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The Arterial Duct and Aortic Arch Transverse View

Abstract

From the transverse view of the aortic arch, with slight angulation of the ultrasound beam caudal and to the left, a simultaneous section of the aortic arch and arterial duct can be obtained. Figure 12.1 shows the level of this section.

Keywords

Aortic Arch Azygos Vein Transverse View Normal Fetus Monary Artery 
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