This chapter includes types, morphology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, natural course, treatment, and fetal diagnosis of abnormalities of RV outflow tract, and pulmonary arteries, including Williams syndrome.
Balloon dilatation Noncompaction Williams syndrome Absent pulmonary artery Hemitruncus AV fistula
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