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2017-08-26  Double outlet right ventricle with partial AV canal  © Rasha Kamel  www.TheFetus.net

Double outlet right ventricle with atrioventicular septal defect
Sherif Nagm, M.D*, Rasha Kamel, M.D*, Sameh Abdel Latif, M.Sc**, Islam Badr, M.Sc*;
 

* Fetal medicine unit, Cairo University, Egypt.
 ** Radiology department, Kasr Alainy hospitals, Cairo University, Egypt.



Case report:

Following images and videos represent a case of double outlet right ventricle (Taussig Bing anomaly) with partial atrioventricular septal defect (non committed). No associated subvalvular or valvular stenosis of either artery as well as no evidence of aortic coarctation were seen.

Images 1, 2, 3 and videos 1, 2, 3: show situs solitus, partial AV canal with linear insertion of AV valves.


 

  





Images 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and videos 4, 5, 6, 7: show the double outlet of both great arteries from the right ventricle attaining a double conal morphology with large, non-committed inlet VSD. No associated sub valvular or valvular stenosis of one of the great arteries as well as no evidence of aortic coarctation.

      
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