Completely Abnormal Pulmonalvenenrückfluss (Tapvr)

In a completely abnormal pulmonary vein reflux, the pulmonary veins are not connected to the left atrium. Instead, the entire pulmonary vein reflux in the systemic venous circulation passes through one or more persistent embryological connections. If there is no obstacle for a Pulmonalvenenrückfluss, cyanosis turns out mild and the patients may have minimal symptoms. A severe obstruction of Pulmonalvenenrückflusses can occur, resulting in a severe neonatal cyanosis, pulmonary edema…

September 3, 2018
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