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124 Possible Causes for Heart Disease, Mesocardia

  • Double Outlet Right Ventricle

    The heart in normal position was found in 58 patients, dextrocardia in 2 patients, and mesocardia in 1 patient.[] Among the 1640 hearts with congenital heart disease of our Anatomical Collection, we reviewed the specimens with double inlet-double outlet right ventricle, according to the[] We report on a newborn infant with complex congenital heart disease (CHD) featuring double outlet right ventricle and hypoplastic left ventricle who had postductal oxygen[]

  • Dextrocardia

    Mesocardia : The heart is placed in the midline of thorax. Apex of the heart is either in the midline or directed towards right.[] Dextrocardia remains a rare finding in adults, even in a highly select group of patients with known congenital heart disease.[] Mesocardia Heart in a midline position, stomach on left. Usually associated with a normal heart.[]

  • Scimitar Syndrome

    Figure 1 Preoperative Chest X-ray showed a dextroposition and mesocardia with scimitar vein .[] Scimitar syndrome is a relatively rare variety of congenital heart disease characterized by partial or complete anomalous pulmonary venous connection of the right lung into[] See separate Congenital Heart Disease in Adults article.[]

  • Right Hemitruncus

    Prevalence * Pathology * Clinical Manifestations * Diagnosis * Management Chapter 16 * Chamber Localization and Cardiac Malposition * Chamber Localization * Dextrocardia and Mesocardia[] Complex Congenital Heart Disease Patients with the following conditions should be seen regularly at adult congenital heart disease centers: Conduits, valved or nonvalved Cyanotic[] Familial heart disease with skeletal manifestations. Br Heart J 1960;22:236-242.) The gene for this syndrome is on 12q2. (Basson CT et al.[]

  • Acquired Ventricular Septal Defect

    Prevalence * Pathology * Clinical Manifestations * Diagnosis * Management Chapter 16 * Chamber Localization and Cardiac Malposition * Chamber Localization * Dextrocardia and Mesocardia[] Cardiac Catheterization in Congenital Heart Disease serves as an essential manual for pediatric and adultinterventional cardiologists worldwide.[] A growing number of structural heart diseases that over the past two decades would have required open heart surgery can be safely treated using percutaneous catheter-based[]

  • Chiari Network

    […] tumours, kyphoscoliosis, abnormalities of the diaphragm. cardiac orientation - the base to apex orientation of the heart: levocardia - apex directed to the left of the midline mesocardia[] Provides a clinically based approach to echocardiography, with an in-depth discussion of the main cardiac events seen in practice, including adult congenital heart disease[] Friedberg CK (1966) Diseases of the heart, 3rd edn. Saunders, Philadelphia, p 1298 Google Scholar 11.[]

  • Presbycardia

    Consoantes únicas bcdprs Inverso de presbicardia : aidracibserp Rimas covardia buliárdia atelocardia bedfórdia dextrocardia acefalocardia paulocardia auxocardia mesocardia[] […] associated with heart failure in the presence of other complications, such as heart disease, fever, anemia, mild hyperthyroidism, and excess fluid administration.[] […] auxocardia , baticardia , bradicardia , braquicardia , dextrocardia , diplocardia , ectocardia , frenocardia , hipercardia , hipocardia , levocardia , lipocardia , macrocardia , mesocardia[]

  • Uhl Anomaly

    […] congenital (at birth) Holt oram syndrome Hypoplasia of cardiac vein, congenital Malposition of cardiac apex, congenital (at birth) Malposition of heart, congenital (at birth) Mesocardia[] disease.[] Diagnosis and Management of Adult Congenital Heart Disease, by Drs.[]

  • Congenitally Uncorrected Transposition of the Great Arteries

    […] descending branch and gives rise to a circumflex branch left coronary artery resembles a right coronary artery situs inversus Plain radiograph Chest radiographs may present with mesocardia[] Designed to meet the needs of clinicians working with adults with congenital heart disease, Diagnosis and Management of Adult Congenital Heart Disease , by Drs.[] […] syndrome Left superior vena cava persisting to left-sided atrium Levocardia Malposition of the coronary ostium Marfan syndrome Marfan syndrome type 1 Marfan syndrome type 2 Mesocardia[]

  • Levocardia

    Other forms of cardiac malposition, including dextrocardia, mesocardia and criss-cross heart, with chest radiograph and CMR correlation, are also discussed.[] disease.[] Patients with this condition have a 3%–5% incidence of congenital heart disease.( 2 ) A midline heart or mesocardia occurs either in situs solitus or rarely, in situs inversus[]

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