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Figure 2: Respiration and electrocardiogram gated echocardiogram shows minimal inferior caval congestion (a), prominent atrial systolic flow reversals (arrow) in hepatic vein Doppler with normal inspiratory augmentation of forward flows and normal expiratory augmentation of reversals (b), tricuspid E and A too close to each other due to prolonged PR interval (c), mildly reduced s' velocity in tricuspid annular tissue Doppler image (d), normal right ventricular systolic pressures from tricuspid regurgitation jet (e) and antegrade pulmonary flows in ventricular diastole due to effect of atrial systole (arrow) directly transmitting atrial blood towards the pulmonary artery (f)

Figure 2: Respiration and electrocardiogram gated echocardiogram shows minimal inferior caval congestion (a), prominent atrial systolic flow reversals (arrow) in hepatic vein Doppler with normal inspiratory augmentation of forward flows and normal expiratory augmentation of reversals (b), tricuspid E and A too close to each other due to prolonged PR interval (c), mildly reduced s' velocity in tricuspid annular tissue Doppler image (d), normal right ventricular systolic pressures from tricuspid regurgitation jet (e) and antegrade pulmonary flows in ventricular diastole due to effect of atrial systole (arrow) directly transmitting atrial blood towards the pulmonary artery (f)