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Figure 10 :Bi-directional Glenn shunt demonstrating a superior vena cava to pulmonary connection and the blood flow is passive. This is a temporary surgical procedure as an intermediate procedure for hearts with only one usable ventricle. (in this illustration tricuspid atresia) (RA: right atrium, LA: left atrium, LV: left ventricle, PA: pulmonary artery, Ao: aorta)

Figure 10 :Bi-directional Glenn shunt demonstrating a superior vena cava to pulmonary connection and the blood flow is passive. This is a temporary surgical procedure as an intermediate procedure for hearts with only one usable ventricle. (in this illustration tricuspid atresia) (RA: right atrium, LA: left atrium, LV: left ventricle, PA: pulmonary artery, Ao: aorta)