Double outlet right ventricle: hemodynamic and anatomic correlations.

@article{Sridaromont1976DoubleOR,
  title={Double outlet right ventricle: hemodynamic and anatomic correlations.},
  author={S Sridaromont and Robert H. Feldt and Donald G. Ritter and G. de Vahl Davis and Jesse E. Edwards},
  journal={The American journal of cardiology},
  year={1976},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={85-94}
}
There are 16 possible variations of double outlet ventricle with regard to interrelations of the great arteries and to location of the ventricular septal defect. In a series of 62 cases, approximately two thirds of patients had the great arteries in a side by side relation, and most (28 of 41) had the ventricular septal defect in a subaortic position. In double outlet right ventricle with malposition of the great arteries, the ventricular septal defect was either subpulmonary or subaortic. Four… CONTINUE READING

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