Pediatric Congenital Heart Disease
Computerized Tomographic (CT) Imaging of Congenital Heart Disease
Philip J. Spevak MD, Frank Corl MS, Elliot Fishman MD
These medical illustrations were part of an RSNA exhibit and journal publication discussing cardiac CT and its role in the imaging of the patient with Congenital Heart Disease.
Transposition of the Great Arteries
The postoperative anatomy is displayed with the branch pulmonary arteries draped anterior to the ascending aorta (LeCompte maneuver). The ductus is ligated but the aorta end remains patent. (Click to enlarge)