Incomplete or partial situs inversus is invariably associated with cardiac abnormalities like septal defects, pulmonary arterial stenosis, tetralogy of Fallot, transposition of great vessels, and alimentary tract problems like atresia and stenosis of duodenum (4).
What does TOGV stand for?
TOGV stands for Transposition of Great Vessels
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There is a 5-10% prevalence of congenital heart disease in situs inversus totalis, most commonly transposition of great vessels.
It also found one case of ventricular septal defect and multiple defects in the fourth patient: an atrio ventricular canal defect, double, outlet right ventricle, transposition of great vessels, and aortic hypoplasia.