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Persistent truncus arteriosus with absence of right pulmonary artery
  1. M N L Wong,
  2. R Kirk,
  3. S C Quek
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The magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) images of a 19 year old girl with persistent truncus arteriosus are shown. Clinically, she has pulmonary vascular disease. Her chest x ray (upper panel, middle column) failed to demonstrate a right pulmonary artery. MRA was performed to define the pulmonary anatomy better, as …

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