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2007-11-18-13 Ventricular septal defect, trabecular type © Manson
Ventricular septal defect, trabecular type 

Francois Manson, MD.

Fécamp, France;


Case report

This is a case of a third trimester fetus with a trabecular septal defect. As it is commonly observed, the trans-defect flow was bidirectional during systole. No other cardiac or extra-cardiac anomalies were found.

Images 1, 2: Four-chamber views of the heart. Images show a small ventricular septal defect of trabecular type (arrows). LV - left ventricle; RV - right ventricle; LA - left atrium; RA - right atrium; Ao - aorta.


Image 3: The image show a color Doppler image of the ventricular septal defect with the bidirectional flow at the level of the four-chamber view of the heart.

Videos 1, 2: Videos show gray scale and color Doppler scans of the ventricular septal defect of the heart.



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