Boot shaped heart, Ebstein anomaly
Boot-shaped heart, transposition of great arteries
Boot-shaped heart, ventricular septal defect
Boot shaped heart, tetralogy of Fallot
Ans. D. Boot shaped heart, tetralogy of Fallot
Explanation: Coeur en sabot or boot-shaped heart is classical of TOF. A normal-sized heart with concentric RVH gives an upturned edge to the cardiac apex and the pulmonary stenosis gives an oligemic(darkened/lucent) left upper parasternal region. These anatomic features of TOF give an appearance of a boot on the chest radiograph.