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Figure 7: Chest X-ray anteroposterior view of a 2-month-old infant, with features of congestive heart failure and cyanosis (SpO2: 60%). Chest X-ray showed cardiomegaly, right atrial enlargement, right ventricle type ventricular configuration, and decreased pulmonary blood flow. Echo showed tricuspid atresia, malposed great vessels, moderate mitral regurgitation, and severe pulmonary stenosis. The child was severely anemic (hemoglobin: 5 g/dl). In this child with complex complex congenital heart disease, pulmonary stenosis (decreased pulmonary blood flow), the cause of cardiomegaly was mitral regurgitation and severe anemia

Figure 7: Chest X-ray anteroposterior view of a 2-month-old infant, with features of congestive heart failure and cyanosis (SpO2: 60%). Chest X-ray showed cardiomegaly, right atrial enlargement, right ventricle type ventricular configuration, and decreased pulmonary blood flow. Echo showed tricuspid atresia, malposed great vessels, moderate mitral regurgitation, and severe pulmonary stenosis. The child was severely anemic (hemoglobin: 5 g/dl). In this child with complex complex congenital heart disease, pulmonary stenosis (decreased pulmonary blood flow), the cause of cardiomegaly was mitral regurgitation and severe anemia