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.
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.
Incidence of selected malformations reported to the Birth Defects Monitoring Program, 1970-1971 and 1976-1977 Cases Malformation 1970-1971 1976-1977 change Anencephaly 949 833 Spina bifida without anencephaly 1,306 1,053 Hydrocephalus without spina bifida 833 925 Transposition of great vessels 131 175 Ventricular septal defect 770 1,889 Patent ductus arteriosus 686 2,804 Cleft palate without cleft lip 873 1,093 Cleft lip with or without cleft palate 1,715 1,890 Clubfoot without CNS([dagger]) defects 4,756 4,912 Reduction deformity 547 705 Hip dislocation without CNS defects 1,382 6,407 Tracheo-esophageal fistula 289 327 Rectal atresia and stenosis 648 679 Renal agenesis 123 263 Hypospadias 3,565 5,036 Down's syndrome 1,413 1,590 Rates(*) 1970-1971 1976-1977 Anencephaly 5.
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