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(a) Normal fetal blood flow. (b) Hypoplastic left heart syndrome. (c) left ventricular outflow obstruction. (d) Transposition of the Great Arteries. (e) tetralogy of fallot. (f) hypoplastic right heart. Red arrows: oxygenated blood; blue arrows: deoxygenated blood.
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