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Figure 2: (a) Two-dimensional echocardiography in the para-sternal short axis view in systole. The aortic valve is bicuspid (yellow arrow). The pulmonary valve is also functionally bicuspid with the fusion of the right and left posterior leaflets (green arrow). (b) Two-dimensional echocardiography in the modified para-sternal short axis view in diastole. This shows that the pulmonary valve has three cusps with an inverted Mercedes Benz appearance

Figure 2: (a) Two-dimensional echocardiography in the para-sternal short axis view in systole. The aortic valve is bicuspid (yellow arrow). The pulmonary valve is also functionally bicuspid with the fusion of the right and left posterior leaflets (green arrow). (b) Two-dimensional echocardiography in the modified para-sternal short axis view in diastole. This shows that the pulmonary valve has three cusps with an inverted Mercedes Benz appearance