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Figure 3 :Mid-esophageal commissural view is also known as sea-gull view and is developed at about 60 to 70 transducer angle. This is a good view to assess the P1 and P3 scallops of the mitral valve. The left atrium, left atrial appendage, and left ventricle are seen in this view

Figure 3 :Mid-esophageal commissural view is also known as sea-gull view and is developed at about 60 to 70 transducer angle. This is a good view to assess the P1 and P3 scallops of the mitral valve. The left atrium, left atrial appendage, and left ventricle are seen in this view