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Cor Triloculare

Known as: THREE-CHAMBERED HEART 
A congenital anatomic anomaly in which the heart has only three chambers.
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Review
2006
Review
2006
Hearts which, at first sight, seem to have a solitary chamber within their ventricular mass have long been the subject of… 
1974
1974
The anatomic, clinical, radiologic, electrocardiographic, and hemodynamic features of five cases of surgically proved complete… 
1963
1963
A fourth case of Holmes heart is described in a 12-year-old boy, and developmental and corrective considerations are compared and… 
1961
1961
The case of a 41-year-old woman with congenital pulmonary stenosis and single ventricle is reported. This is the fifteenth… 
1951
1951
The pulmonary vessels in 2 cases of cor triloculare with subaortic stenosis are compared. Each showed medial hypertrophy of the… 
1950
1950
Cor triloculare, or the three-chambered heart, consists of two atria and one ventricle (cor triloculare biatrium) or two… 
1945
1945
Minor degrees of congenital malformation of the heart are fairly commonly discovered at Toutine post-mortem examinations and are… 
Review
1931
Review
1931
True cor biloculare is one of the rarest of cardiac anomalies. Maude Abbott, 1 in an exhaustive study of congenital heart disease…