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Figure 1: (a) Tuberculous pericardial effusion (PE) with fibrin strands (white arrow). (b) Dilated proximal ascending aorta with a dissection flap (white arrow) protruding into left ventricular (LV) outflow tract. (c) Rheumatic mitral and aortic valve disease with dilated left atrium. (d) Spectral Doppler across a severe aortic stenosis with a peak velocity of > 4m/s, as well as aortic regurgitation

Figure 1: (a) Tuberculous pericardial effusion (PE) with fibrin strands (white arrow). (b) Dilated proximal ascending aorta with a dissection flap (white arrow) protruding into left ventricular (LV) outflow tract. (c) Rheumatic mitral and aortic valve disease with dilated left atrium. (d) Spectral Doppler across a severe aortic stenosis with a peak velocity of > 4m/s, as well as aortic regurgitation