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Case 2/2014 - 20-year-old woman with corrected transposition, pulmonary atresia and aortopulmonary collateral arteries.

Atik E - Arq. Bras. Cardiol. (2014)

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The pulmonary trunk was not viewed, neither were pulmonary arteries... decreased pulmonary blood flow, as noted in this patient under natural evolution... initial overflow gave way others due to predominance of decreased pulmonary blood flow... In this patient, the last stage was due to increased pulmonary arterial hypertension, The continuous murmur of collateral arteries expresses the presumed associated pulmonary atresia... In general, the clinical picture depends on two defects (VSD + PA) guiding the When the collateral circulation is augmented with increased pulmonary flow, it generally undergoes stabilization and subsequent decrease, characterizing the evolutionary stages... Hypoxemia arises from decreased pulmonary flow similar patients should always be questioned, counterbalancing clinical evolutionary

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Chest radiography shows the heart on the right in situs solitus, withcharacteristics, together with those of the electrocardiogram, correctedtransposition of the great arteries, with the left ventricle on the right and theaorta on the left.
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f01: Chest radiography shows the heart on the right in situs solitus, withcharacteristics, together with those of the electrocardiogram, correctedtransposition of the great arteries, with the left ventricle on the right and theaorta on the left.

Mentions: Electrocardiogram (Figure 1) showedjunctional rhythm and signs of left ventricular overload on the right. The P wave wasnegative in II, III, aVF and precordial areas. The QRS complex morphology was RS in V1,rs in V6 and Rs in V6R. The T wave was negative in I, L and more positive in V6R than inV6. AQRS: +160º, AT: 120º, AP: −80º.


Case 2/2014 - 20-year-old woman with corrected transposition, pulmonary atresia and aortopulmonary collateral arteries.

Atik E - Arq. Bras. Cardiol. (2014)

Chest radiography shows the heart on the right in situs solitus, withcharacteristics, together with those of the electrocardiogram, correctedtransposition of the great arteries, with the left ventricle on the right and theaorta on the left.
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f01: Chest radiography shows the heart on the right in situs solitus, withcharacteristics, together with those of the electrocardiogram, correctedtransposition of the great arteries, with the left ventricle on the right and theaorta on the left.
Mentions: Electrocardiogram (Figure 1) showedjunctional rhythm and signs of left ventricular overload on the right. The P wave wasnegative in II, III, aVF and precordial areas. The QRS complex morphology was RS in V1,rs in V6 and Rs in V6R. The T wave was negative in I, L and more positive in V6R than inV6. AQRS: +160º, AT: 120º, AP: −80º.

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The pulmonary trunk was not viewed, neither were pulmonary arteries... decreased pulmonary blood flow, as noted in this patient under natural evolution... initial overflow gave way others due to predominance of decreased pulmonary blood flow... In this patient, the last stage was due to increased pulmonary arterial hypertension, The continuous murmur of collateral arteries expresses the presumed associated pulmonary atresia... In general, the clinical picture depends on two defects (VSD + PA) guiding the When the collateral circulation is augmented with increased pulmonary flow, it generally undergoes stabilization and subsequent decrease, characterizing the evolutionary stages... Hypoxemia arises from decreased pulmonary flow similar patients should always be questioned, counterbalancing clinical evolutionary

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