transposition of great vessels


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transposition of great vessels

n. transposición de los grandes vasos, anomalía congénita en la cual la aorta sale del ventrículo derecho mientras que el tronco pulmonar sale del ventrículo izquierdo.
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There is a 5-10% prevalence of congenital heart disease in situs inversus totalis, most commonly transposition of great vessels. Incidence of congenital heart defects is more (95%) with situs inversus incompletes 25% of individuals with situs inversus have primary ciliary dyskinesia.
CHD children with congenital rubella infection may have open arterial duct, transposition of great vessels, common arterial trunk, atresia or malformations of atrioventricular and semilunar valve, open atrioventricular canal, Fallot's tetralogy (5-10% of all CHD), IVSD (5%), stenosis of pulmonary artery (Babajanov et al., 1996; Belacon and Podzaicov, 1991; Popov, 2004; Ulitskiy and Chukhovina, 2001).
They are caudal regression syndrome (including defects of the sacrum and lumbar vertebrae, distal spinal cord disruption with neurologic impairment, and lack of growth in the caudal region); spina bifida, hydrocephalus, and other CNS defects such as anencephalus; cardiac anomalies (ventricular and atrial septal defects and transposition of great vessels); anal/rectal atresia; renal malformations (agenesis, cystic kidney, and ureter duplex); situs inversus (transposition of viscera); and femoral hypoplasia-unusual facies syndrome.
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