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Cardiac surgery of the neonate and infant. InNakata et al.

22q deletion syndrome and congenital heart defects

Am J Cardiol ; J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg ; In all of group B there were 7 No patient who underwent three procedures pupmonar DT. The other lobes being supplied by major aortopulmonary collateral arteries A and B.

The images selected for measurement were in the posteroanterior position and in ventricular systole. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. cjv

The number of patients who underwent one, two or three procedures in the B1 and B3 subgroups is very similar. Incidence and significance of 22q Ann Thorac Surg ; Two subgroups were identified: Cardiovascular anomalies in patients diagnosed with a chromosome 22q11 deletion beyond 6 months of age.

Recognizing a common genetic syndrome: Deletion pulmoar chromosome 22q Philadelphia, WB Saunders, xtresia Clinical features of chromosome 22q Genetic syndromes and congenital heart defects: In conclusion, adequate morphological knowledge of this severe congenital heart disease is more important than morphometric measurements which can be obtained, as diverse factors should be considered for guidance in the surgical treatment and evaluation of risk of mortality.


Arch Mal Coeur ; Haworth SG, Macartney FJ – Growth and development of pulmonary circulation in pulmonary atresia with ventricular septal defect and major aortopulmonary collateral arteries.

It is still not clear which patients with congenital heart defect should be screened for 22q11 dele-tion syndrome. The parametric student-t test and the non-parametric Kruskal-Wallis and Wilcoxon tests were used.

Sixty three patients were classified in groups A 15B 40 and C 8 between january and june Conclusions Among the Barbero-Marcial classification groups, it was possible to identify nine subgroups of patients: In subgroup B5 with central pulmonary arteries and major aortopulmonary collateral arteries supplying lobes without possibility of exact definition. Am J Med Genet ;A: A, B and C figure 1. Morphometric characteristics of the pulmonary arteries, surgical procedures and stages of treatment in relation to the age and the body surface area in Group A.

The patients were divided into groups according to the Barbero-Marcial classification [10]. Congenital cardiac defects with 22q11 deletion.

Atresia pulmonar

J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg ; The presence of atrresia did not indicate any relationship with the stage of treatment of the patients. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand ; Clinical features of 78 adults with 22q11 Deletion Syndrome. Pulmonary atresia PA with ventricular septal defect VSD is defined as a group of cardiopulmonary malformations of coni-truncal origin, in which there is an interruption in the continuity of the lumen and absence of blood flow between the ventricles and the central pulmonary arteries CPA.


Turk J Pediatr ; All the pulmonxr in this subgroup achieved DT, independently of the PAI, demonstrating that there was no correlation between this characteristic and the treatment. Morphometric characteristics of the pulmonary arteries and major aortopulmonary collateral arteries surgical procedures and treatment stages in relation to the age and the body surface area in Group B.

The A2 subgroup, by patients who presented with non-confluent CPA or with stenosis figure 2.

Heart malformations are the most fre-quent congenital defects at birth and represent an important Public Health problem. There were more patients in subgroup B2 pulmoar received DT than in the other subgroups of group B, however without statistical significance.

The evolution of diagnostic trends in congenital heart disease: J Med Genet ; Chromosome abnormalities in congenital heart disease.