sinus venosus defect

sinus venosus defect

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Cardiac MRI and pulmonary MR angiography of sinus venosus defect and partial anomalous pulmonary venous connection in cause of right undiagnosed ventricular enlargement.
Ostium primum defect, located in the lower part of atrial septum, is noted in approximately 15% of patients, while the sinus venosus defect constitutes only about five to 10%.
Age at repair affects the very long-term outcome of sinus venosus defect.
The sinus venosus defect was closed with a Gore-Tex patch, taking care to leave the hepatic veins to the right side of the septum, and the defect in the oval fossa was closed directly.
In our report, a rare inferior sinus venosus defect masqueraded as a secundum type ASO.