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Figure 1: Anatomic variation of left supra-and and subcardinal veins derivatives, detailed in MIP (A) and 3D VR (B and C) captured images. 1. Aorta; 2. Persisting left superior vena cava (the arrowhead in B indicates it at the level of the Marshall's fold and the double-headed arrow in B indicates the oblique vein of left atrium); 3. Accessory hemiazygos vein; 4. Pulmonary trunk; 5. Left superior intercostal vein; 6. Interazygos vein; 7. Azygos vein; 8. Inferior vena cava; 9. Hemiazygos vein; 10. Left renal vein; 11. Reno-hemiazygos-lumbar trunk

Figure 1: Anatomic variation of left supra-and and subcardinal veins derivatives, detailed in MIP (A) and 3D VR (B and C) captured images. 1. Aorta; 2. Persisting left superior vena cava (the arrowhead in B indicates it at the level of the Marshall's fold and the double-headed arrow in B indicates the oblique vein of left atrium); 3. Accessory hemiazygos vein; 4. Pulmonary trunk; 5. Left superior intercostal vein; 6. Interazygos vein; 7. Azygos vein; 8. Inferior vena cava; 9. Hemiazygos vein; 10. Left renal vein; 11. Reno-hemiazygos-lumbar trunk