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Congenital Heart Disease

Heart Diseases Managed

Atrial septal defects

Atrial septal defects are small defects result in a residual connection between the left and right atrium. Not infrequently detected incidentally. Can result in atrial arrhythmias or heart failure later on.

Ventricular septal defects

Ventricular septal defects are congenital defects connecting the right and left ventricle . If large can lead to heart failure.

Mitral valve prolapse

Defect of the valve apparatus, resulting in mild regurgitation usually. Infrequently severe mitral regurgitation may occur and will need surgical repair.

Bicuspid aortic valve

The aortic valve has 2 instead of 3 leaflets. May be associated with aortic root aneurysm or aortic stenosis later on.

Post congenital heart surgery arrhythmias

Patients who have surgical correction of congenital heart disease may develop arrhythmias later on in life.