PMID: 699925Oct 12, 1978

Premature closure of the foramen ovale with levoatriocardinal vein

European Journal of Pediatrics
S TůmaM Vorísková

Abstract

Two cases of the hypoplastic left heart syndrome with premature closure of the foramen ovale and levoatriocardinal veins are described and the literature is reviewed. One of the patients is the only case with both mitral and aortic valve atresia. The other is associated with the asplenia syndrome, double-outlet right ventricle without ventricular septal defect, and an anomalous connection of the left atrium to the right auricle.

Citations

Nov 1, 1967·Archives of Surgery·S F RedoP B Farnsworth
Feb 1, 1972·The American Journal of Cardiology·A Saied, G M Folger
Mar 1, 1964·British Heart Journal·J D SHONE, J E EDWARDS
May 1, 1965·The American Journal of Cardiology·V KANJUHJ E EDWARDS
Apr 1, 1962·The American Journal of Cardiology·R V LUCASJ E EDWARDS

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Asplenia Syndrome
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