Figure 1. Transthoracic echo-parasternal short-axis view showing presence of continuous flow entering the pulmonary trunk.
Figure 2. RAO (right anterior oblique) view of dilated and tortuous right coronary artery.
Figure 3. RAO (right anterior oblique) view of late phase showing abundant intercoronary anastomoses (Rentrop grade 3 intercoronary collateral) communicating with left coronary artery.
Figure 4. RAO (right anterior oblique) view of LAD and LCX arteries opacifying the LMCA and its origin from the main pulmonary artery.
Figure 5. Reconstructed 3D CT angiogram showing dilated and tortuous right coronary artery with abundant intercoronary anastomoses communicating with left coronary artery and absence of its origin from aorta.