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Figure 3: ALCAPA. The decreased PA pressure initially leads to a decrease in blood flow in the anomalous left coronary artery, then blood flow reverses ("coronary steal" phenomenon) leading to left ventricular insufficiency and infarction. Mitral regurgitation is a common finding from either annular dilation or infarction of the papillary muscle. Copied with permission from the illustrated field guide to congenital heart disease courtesy of scientific software solutions, inc

Figure 3: ALCAPA. The decreased PA pressure initially leads to a decrease in blood flow in the anomalous left coronary artery, then blood flow reverses (