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She also has double outlet right ventricle, which means there are no blood vessels connected to the heart's main pumping chamber to the body.
Luke had a condition called double outlet right ventricle where his aorta, which carries blood to his body, was drawing oxygen depleted blood from the lower right chamber of his heart, rather than the oxygen rich blood it should have been taking from the lower left chamber.
Visceroatrial situs solitus with atrioventricular alignment discordance double outlet right ventricle and superoinferior ventricles: fetal and neonatal echocardiographic findings.
He had been born with a heart defect called Double Outlet Right Ventricle, or DORV, in which the aorta is connected to the wrong ventricle, and there's a hole between the right and left ventricles.
The early echocardiogram identified two cases of ectopia cordis, two cases of atrioventricular septal defect, two cases of hypoplastic left heart syndrome, two cases of ventricular septal defect, two cases of left atrial isomerism, two cases of hypoplastic right ventricle, and one case each of double outlet right ventricle and cardiac diverticulum.
The case with double outlet right ventricle and esophageal atresia was admitted to the NICU until stabilization was achieved.
Visceroatrial situs solitus with atrioventricular alignment discordance, double outlet right ventricle and superoinferior ventricles: fetal and neonatal echocardiographic findings.
Double outlet right ventricle (DORV) represents a continuum of congenital heart diseases that ranges from VSD with significant override of the aorta to a common arterial trunk arising completely from the right ventricle.