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Ventricular non-compaction in the setting of double-outlet right ventricle (tetralogy of Fallot type) with doubly committed subarterial ventricular septal defect
  1. Damien Kenny,
  2. Dominic Hares,
  3. Orhan Uzun
  1. orhan.uzun@cardiffandvale.wales.nhs.uk

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A term infant with antenatal diagnosis of trisomy 21 and double-outlet right ventricle (tetralogy of Fallot type) developed progressive biventricular dysfunction. Echocardiogram showed an overriding aorta with aortic-to-mitral valve discontinuity but good ventricular function. The ventricular septal defect (VSD) showed a doubly committed subarterial position. Subsequent echocardiogram revealed depressed biventricular function with a …

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