Ebstein's anomaly appearing in the neonate. A new surgical approach.

@article{Starnes1991EbsteinsAA,
  title={Ebstein's anomaly appearing in the neonate. A new surgical approach.},
  author={Vaughn A. Starnes and Paul T. Pitlick and De Bernstein and Mary Lee Griffin and Michael Choy and Norman E. Shumway},
  journal={The Journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery},
  year={1991},
  volume={101 6},
  pages={
          1082-7
        }
}
Ebstein's anomaly appearing during the neonatal period carries a high mortality rate. These infants exhibit cyanosis, acidosis, and congestive heart failure. The pathophysiologic characteristics consist of severe tricuspid regurgitation and functional pulmonary atresia. As a result of the inability of the right ventricle to generate forward flow through the pulmonary arteries, these infants remain dependent on ductal patency. Since May 1988, five newborn infants with severe Ebstein's anomaly… CONTINUE READING

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