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a.1.(Anat.) Situated under, or on the ventral side of, the lungs.
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TOF is the commonest of the cyanotic congenital cardiac conditions and consists of a perimembranous VSD (80%), subpulmonary infundibular stenosis, overriding aorta and right ventricular hypertrophy (RVH).
The location of the drain evidenced that all drains were in the pleural space, and, regarding the direction in the pleural space, 53% (53/100) of the drains were oriented towards the mediastinum, 41% (41/100) apical, and 6% (6/100) subpulmonary.
The proximal cushions then fuse with the muscular crest of the right ventricle to form the septal component of the subpulmonary infundibulum [21].
Early results for anatomic correction of transposition of the great arteries and for double-outlet right ventricle with subpulmonary ventricular septal defect J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1988; 95: 230-238.
6-8 In normal hearts, the great vessels are such that the pulmonary artery is superior, left and anterior due to the persistence and continued growth of subpulmonary conus, and the aorta is posterior, inferior and right to the pulmonary artery1 due to the absorption of the subaortic conus.
However, pulmonary valve gradient persisted after PBV in the echocardiography but any suspicious mass over the pulmonary valve or subpulmonary muscle hypertrophy was reported.
Subpulmonary ventricular dysfunction, pulmonary regurgitation, or both, which conferred a 3.