The incidence is reported between 0.1 and 0.4% of congenital heart defects. A tendency for right isomerism to affect males, and for left isomerism to affect females has been reported.
KeywordsSingle Ventricle Azygos Vein Heterotaxy Syndrome Persistent Left Superior Vena Atrial Isomerism
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