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Figure 2: Intraoperative picture of dextrocardia with situs inversus showing morphological right atrium and right ventricle on the left side. Vena cavae (cannulated) are draining into the morphological right atrium. Ascending aorta (cannulated and cross clamped) is on the left side. Ventricular septal defect is visible after retraction of tricuspid leaflets. Small part of morphological right ventricle is also visible. Left ventricle is lying posterior and to the right of the morphological right ventricle is not visible

Figure 2: Intraoperative picture of dextrocardia with situs inversus showing morphological right atrium and right ventricle on the left side. Vena cavae (cannulated) are draining into the morphological right atrium. Ascending aorta (cannulated and cross clamped) is on the left side. Ventricular septal defect is visible after retraction of tricuspid leaflets. Small part of morphological right ventricle is also visible. Left ventricle is lying posterior and to the right of the morphological right ventricle is not visible