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Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) Angiogram

Lateral angiogram demonstrating a large tubular type duct (type C) with aortic (AO) to pulmonary flow (MPA).

The catheter can be seen entering the MPA from the right ventricle, a second pigtail catheter is positioned in the descending aorta from which contrast is delivered.


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Reference

Forsey JT, Elmasry OA & Martin RP. (2009). Patent arterial duct. Orphanet J Rare Dis , 4, 17. PMID: 19591690 DOI.

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