Double-Outlet Right Ventricle with Intact Interventricular Septum
This case is one of a 3-month-old infant showing complete transposition of the aorta, with both great vessels arising from the right ventricle. Of particular interest was the absence of a patent interventricular septum. A single but quite inadequate opening in the interatrial septum was the only visible means by which oxygenated blood from the lungs could reach the systemic circulation. No identical case has been found in the literature.
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