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Figure 2: (a) Apical four-chamber view showing apical displacement of the septal leafl et of the tricuspid valve characteristic of Ebstein's anomaly. TV - tricuspid valve. MV - mitral valve (b) Parasternal short-axis view at the aortic valve level. Note the calcifi ed bicuspid aortic leafl ets. AV - aortic valve (c) Continuous wave Doppler showing a peak gradient of 80 mmHg and a mean gradient of 55 mmHg across the aortic valve

Figure 2: (a) Apical four-chamber view showing apical displacement of the septal leafl et of the tricuspid valve characteristic of Ebstein's anomaly. TV - tricuspid valve. MV - mitral valve (b) Parasternal short-axis view at the aortic valve level. Note the calcifi ed bicuspid aortic leafl ets. AV - aortic valve (c) Continuous wave Doppler showing a peak gradient of 80 mmHg and a mean gradient of 55 mmHg across the aortic valve