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Transposition of great vessels- Treatment

This congenital heart disease is one of the most severe and most common of the defects of the heart, accompanied by cyanosis (blueness). Its frequency from 12 to 20% of all congenital heart defects. Chalice in newborn males.


Transposition of great arteries is a position of blood ve ... Read more »
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Truncus arteriosus - Diagnosis, Treatment

This malformation of the heart occurs with a frequency of 2% of all under3 congenital heart defects. Normally, blood from the heart are two large vessels: the pulmonary trunk (artery) in the pulmonary circulation, the lungs and the aorta - the systemic circulation. With the development of this evil blood from both ventricles falls into a common ... Read more »

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The double discharge of the great vessels from right ventricle

This defect occurs in 1% of children born with congenital heart disease. At the same vice aorta and pulmonary artery away from the right ventricle. In this case there is usually a ventricular septal defect, and it is the only way out of the left ventricle.


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Single ventricle

The frequency of this defect 2-3% of all congenital heart defects. It occurs 3 times more common in males. At the same vice interventricular septum is absent from the single ventricle starts aorta and pulmonary trunk.


Thus, in the single ventricle is a mixture of arterial blood from the left atrium and the venous blood fro ... Read more »
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Tricuspid atresia valve - Diagnosis, Treatment

Tricuspid atresia occurs frequency of 1-3% of all congenital tricuspid valve serdtsa.Atreziya third in frequency among the "blue" heart defects after tetralogy of Fallot and transposition of great arteries. In this case there is no vice post between the right atrium and right ventricle. He was always accompanied by atrial s ... Read more »

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Congenital stenosis and mitral insufficiency

Mitral valve is located between the left atrium and left ventricle. Normally, it opens in diastole, the arterial blood flowing from the left atrium into the left ventricle in systole and closed under the action of blood pressure with a reduction of the left ventricle, preventing reverse movement of blood from the left ventric ... Read more »

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Anomalies of the coronary arteries Treatment

Coronary arteries normally depart from the aorta to form on the surface of the choroid plexus of the heart resembling a crown or a crown. That's why they are called coronary arteries or coronary. The right coronary artery supplies the right heart and the left - the left. Blood flow in these arteries is crucial for the heart.< ... Read more »

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