File:Cyanotic baby.jpg

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This picture portrays the classic cyanotic appearance of a baby with Tetralogy of Fallot.

Two-hour-old cyanotic d-TGA + VSD, en:neonate; unpalliated, pre-operative. EKG leads on chest. This image was uploaded with the intention to use it as a photographic illustration in any applicable article on Wikipedia or any affiliated site.

Location: SCN at en:Victoria General Hospital in Victoria, BC, en:Canada.

Subject: Amaryllis Kalilah Adoré Nicholson; 2 hours old; d-TGA + VSD; unpalliated, pre-operative, cyanotic.

Author: Jules Atkins, RM

Supplied by: Brandi Catt

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