Fallot’s tetralogy with macrostoma, quadrilobular tragus and hypertrophy of the conjunctiva
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The association of ballot’s tetralogy with associated congenital anomalies: macrostoma, quadriloular tragus with pretragus depression and hypertrophy of the conjunctiva of the lower lid, are interesting features in this case. This association has not been reported before. It is interesting that all the four congenital defects are present on the left side.
KeywordsCongenital Heart Disease Lower Eyelid Bulbar Conjunctiva Fourth Intercostal Space Congenital Cardiac Anomaly
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