A) Pulmonary pathway connecting the pulmonary veins to the right ventricle after Mustard operation for D-transposition of the great arteries. Red arrows indicate inter-atrial baffle. B) Systemic pathway connecting the caval veins to the left ventricle in the same patient. C) Total cavo-pulmonary connection in a case of pulmonary atresia with intact septum (Fontan circulation). Note a metallic artifact in the inferior cavo-pulmonary conduit (extracardiac conduit) corresponding to a previous percutaneous closure of a fenestration (*). D) Normal anatomy of the branch pulmonary arteries despite hypoplastic pulmonary trunk in the same patient. E) Pulmonary arteries in a corrected tetralogy of Fallot, with mild kinking of the proximal left pulmonary artery. F) Dilatation of the ascending aorta (arrowheads) and "crenel" morphology of the aortic arch in a young girl with Turner syndrome and bicuspid aortic valve.