This chapter includes types, morphology, and diagnosis of cardiac malposition, including pentalogy of Cantrell. A novel classification of criss-cross heart (twisted AV connection) is presented with images of real patients with each types of criss-cross heart.
Dextrocardia Levocardia Mesocardia Dextroposition Situs solitus Situs inversus Scimitar syndrome Lung hypoplasia Pentalogy of Cantrell Diverticulum Criss-cross heart Twisted AV connection
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