PMID: 9680287Jul 29, 1998Paper

Left isomerism with tetralogy of Fallot and anomalous systemic and pulmonary venous connections

Cardiology in the Young
E Da CruzA Corno

Abstract

The association of left isomerism with interruption and azygos continuation of the inferior caval vein, anomalous connection of the right pulmonary veins to the right atrium, an interatrial communication of sinus venosus type, and tetralogy of Fallot with right aortic arch and anomalous coronary artery has been observed in a 6-month-old patient. As far as we are aware, the association of these congenital cardiac malformations has not previously been reported in patients with isomeric left atrial appendages.

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