univentricular heart

uni·ven·tric·u·lar heart

an anomaly in which all blood flows through one ventricle or in which the arterioventricular valves are committed to empty into only one chamber in the ventricular mass.
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The symptoms for a univentricular heart condition include being blue around the mouth and the nails; 40 per cent of our pediatric cardiac patients suffer from this condition, which is a high percentage," said the Consultant.
Among patients with severe ACHD--that is, those with univentricular heart, atrioventricular canal defects, tetralogy of Fallot, truncus arteriosus, or transposition of the great arteries--the lifetime risk of atrial arrhythmia was 60%.
Subaortic stenosis, the univentricular heart and banding of the pulmonary artery: an analysis of the courses of 43 patients with univentricular heart palliated by pulmonary artery banding.
Current treatment and prognosis in children with functionally univentricular hearts.
Reversal of protein-losing enteropathy with heparin therapy in three patients with univentricular hearts and Fontan palliation.