Jun 1, 1975

Association of cleft lip and atrial septal defect in mice: a preliminary report

Teratology
F C Fraser, J Rosen

Abstract

Newborn A/J and CL/Fr mice with congenital cleft lip usually have an atrial septal defect of the secundum type, often associated with cyanosis. Their littermates without cleft lip rarely have a septal defect. The atrial septal defect results from a delay in growth of the atrial septum primum.

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Cyanosis
Persistent Ostium Primum
Atrial Septal Defects
Gestational Age
Right Atrial Structure
Congenital Failure of Fusion
Multiple Congenital Anomalies
Septum Primum
Patent Ductus Arteriosus Familial
Cleft Lip

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