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Congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries (ccTGA) is a rare anomaly comprising a minimal portion of congenital heart disease cases. Some patients are not identified until adulthood. A minority of these patients maintain normal functional status into the seventh decade and generally only when no other anomalies exist. We describe a case of ccTGA, dextrocardia, and situs inversus in the oldest patient diagnosed with these congenital abnormalities to date. Case presentation: An 83doi:10.1186/s40949-018-0019-9 fatcat:f5gpm6bjh5d6zdzqkkted6lzve