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n.1.(Zool.) The thorax of an insect. See Trunk, n., 5.
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The most common vascular anomalies coexisting with an ARSCA were truncus bicaroticus (19.
Truncus enim sine capite locum religiosum non facit (6).
Complex CHD may be present in up to 18% of patients which include mitral valve prolapse, hypoplastic left heart syndrome, endocardial cushion defect, coarctation of aorta, patent ductus arteriosus, pulmonary hypertension, Tetrology of Fallot, (5) double outlet right ventricle, (6) truncus arteriosus, and total anomalous pulmonary venous return.
Maternal diabetes and cardiovascular malformations: predominance of double outlet right ventricle and truncus arteriosus.
Although IMHs are generally located in the truncus and extremities, the most common site of origin is the masseter muscle in the head and neck region (2).
Two discrepant diagnoses included one pulmonary atresia that was interpreted as truncus arteriosus communis and one critical pulmonary stenosis diagnosed as pulmonary atresia.
Single ventricle (RACHS 3) 11 Transposition of the great arteries + ventricular 10 septal defect (RACHS 4) Tetralogy of fallot (RACHS 2) 8 Aortic stenosis (RACHS 3) 6 Anomalous pulmonary venous connection 4 (RACHS 2) Aortic arch coarctation and hypoplasia (RACHS 4) 4 Atrial septal defect + ventricular septal defect 4 (RACHS 2) Ventricular septal defect (RACHS 2) 4 Hypoplastic left ventricle syndrome (RACHS 6) 3 Truncus arteriosus (RACHS 4) 3 Partial anomalous pulmonary venous 2 connection (RACHS 1) Ebstein anomaly (RACHS 3) 2 Atrioventricular canal (RACHS 3) 1 Total 62 Abbreviation: RACHS, Risk Adjusted Congenital Heart Surgery Score.
We included seven critical defects (tetralogy of Fallot; transposition of great vessels, including double outlet right and left ventricle; truncus arteriosus; hypoplastic left heart; common ventricle; coarctation of aorta, including interrupted aortic arch; other critical defects including total anomalous pulmonary venous return, Ebstein's anomaly, and tricuspid and pulmonary atresia) (Oster et al.
Lilly, 4, was born with a congenital heart defect called Truncus Arteriousus.
Then, blunt dissection was performed and truncus brachiocephalicus was exposed.
Surgically peel off the truncus vagosympathicus which is concomitant to the right carotid, and then the carotid was wrapped and sealed in skin by stitch.
Eiriana was diagnosed with truncus arteriosus while still in the womb - a rare type of heart disease in which a single blood vessel comes out of the right and left ventricles instead of the normal two vessels.