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Michael P. D'Alessandro, M.D.
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Due to abscence of the tricuspid valve. This leads to an interatrial right to left shunt, usually through a patent foramen ovale. It is classified by the presence or abscence of TGA, pulmonary stenosis, and VSD. The most common form is associated with pulmonary stenosis, and a VSD with a hypoplastic right ventricle.
In the most common form the pulmonary vasculature is decreased and the pulmonary arterial segment is decreased and the heart size is usually normal.
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