A Unique Association with Persistent Truncus Arteriosus and Partial Midline Chest Wall Defect
The Journal of Pediatrics, 05/31/2012Muneuchi J et al.
A male newborn delivered at 34 weeks of gestation weighing 3.1 kg was admitted because of cyanosis and respiratory distress. Echocardiogram showed persistent truncus arteriosus and tricuspid atresia with mild truncal valve insufficiency. He had the defects of subdermal tissue and the lower sternum
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