Name the congenital heart disease and surgery performed.
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As provided in history patient has history of congenital heart disease and sternotomy as a child with tiny sternotomy sutures for transposition of great vessels and has undergone Senning repair.
There is a left chest wall 2-lead pacemaker.
The right atrial lead is curved posteriorly and going to the right atrium which has been surgically switched to correct DTGA. Right ventricle lead is going through the Senning baffle repair to the left ventricle.
There is no pneumothorax or pleural effusion. Normal pulmonary vasculature. There is normal osseous structures.
1. What is the normal curve of right atrial lead on lateral chest radiograph?