Double Orifice Mitral Valve in Tricuspid Atresia: A Rare Association
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We here report a neonate with prenatal echocardiographic diagnosis of tricuspid atresia, with normally related great vessels, and large ventricular septal defect. This diagnosis could be confirmed with echocardiography at birth. An additional double mitral orifice was also seen. This is a very rare association.
KeywordsPediatric Congenital Tricuspi atresia Mitral valve
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Subcostal view, MVO1 = mitral valve orifice 1, MVO2 = mitral valve orifice 2, PA = pulmonary artery, VSD = ventricular septal defect (MOV 3919 kb)
Apical 4-chamber view, MVO1 = mitral valve orifice 1, MVO2 = mitral valve orifice 2. LV = left ventricle, RV = right ventricle (MOV 4100 kb)
Parasternal short axis view, MVO1 = mitral valve orifice 1, MVO2 = mitral valve orifice 2 (MOV 3583 kb)