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Absent pulmonary valve syndrome is a rare disorder, accounting for a subset of about 3% of cases of tetralogy of Fallot in both autopsy and clinical studies. The proximal pulmonary arteries dilatation of the proximal pulmonary arteries, which leads to extrinsic compression of the tracheobronchial tree, causing extrinsic compression of the tracheobronchial tree, causing extrinsic compression of the tracheobronchial tree, causing extrinsic compression of the tracheobronchial tree, causing extrinsic pulmonary vascular dilazione of artery dilazione pulmonary arteries, which leads to extriadia proxiopulmonary bronchial tree, bronchial tree, contributing to respiratory signs of variable severity pulmonary bronchial tree's, bronchial tree, bronchial tree'sy of the bronchial tree, pulmonary tracheobronchial tree, bronchial tree, leading to respiratory symptoms of variable severity. With a transannular patch and size reduction arterioplasty of bilateral aneurysmal pulmonary arteries, we present a simple solution to tetralogy of Fallot with absence of a pulmonary valve. In order to minimize the incidence of right ventricular outflow tract reconstruction after right ventricular outflow tract reconstruction, without using a valved conduit or fabricating a monocusp patch, our method reduces the incidence of right ventricular outflow tract reconstruction. The right ventricle-pulmonary artery conduit did not have an effect on the early postoperative course or the immediate postoperative outcome.
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Absent pulmonary valve syndrome is a rare congenital cardiac abnormality. With this rare combination, we present a 20-week-old fetus with a right aortic arch and an irregular left subordinate artery. We discuss a case of a 20-week fetus diagnosed with the rare combination of right aortic arch and irregular left subdian artery. The APVS with complete atrioventricular septal defect may be another form of APVS.
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The prevalence of missing pulmonary valve in Fallot tetralogy is ranging from 2. 4 to 6. 3 percent. About 1-3% of patients with tetralogy of Fallot will have unilateral absence of pulmonary artery. However, coexistence of APV with tetralogy of Fallot and UAPA is extremely unusual. In one group, the main pulmonary artery continues as either left or right pulmonary artery, and there is absolutely no trace of contralateral pulmonary artery. We describe unusual occurrence of TOF with APV and UAPA that was treated with a different surgical technique.
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