Tricuspid atresia with l-transposition

Rajendra Tandon, Jose Marín-García, James H. Moller, Jesse E. Edwards

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Five cases of tricuspid atresia with the rare association of l-transposition are reported. In one case, classical ventricular inversion was present (bulboventricular inversion) and the tricuspid atresia involved the left A-V valve. In the remaining four cases, only the outflow portions of the ventricles were inverted (isolated bulbar inversion). The atretic tricuspid valve was right-sided. In addition to documenting rare anatomic states, this report identifies unusual electrocardiographic findings in tricuspid atresia. Of two of four cases with atresia of the right A-V valve, the electrocardiogram showed right axis deviation (+110°) in one and a normal axis (+75°) in another.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)417-424
Number of pages8
JournalAmerican Heart Journal
Issue number4
StatePublished - Oct 1974


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