Ebstein's Anomaly.  Associated c maternal use of lithium during pregnancy.  Split S2 and a systolic murmur can be heard.

Ebstein's Anomaly. Associated c maternal use of lithium during pregnancy. Split S2 and a systolic murmur can be heard.

Ebstein's anomaly – Wikipedia

Ebstein's anomaly – Wikipedia

Ebstein's Anomaly: cyanosis; a/w WPW. Tx procainamide or propafone (no BB, CCB !). Surgery if severe (decr exercise capacity, very tachycardic, cyanosis w/resting O2 sat <90%, symptomatic TR, TIA/CVA)

Ebstein's Anomaly: cyanosis; a/w WPW. Tx procainamide or propafone (no BB, CCB !). Surgery if severe (decr exercise capacity, very tachycardic, cyanosis w/resting O2 sat <90%, symptomatic TR, TIA/CVA)

A 'box-shaped' heart is a radiographic description given to the cardiac silhouette in some cases of Ebstein anomaly. The appearance of this finding is caused by the combination of the following features:  huge right atrium that may fill the entire right hemithorax shelved appearance of the left cardiac contour due to the dilated right ventricular outflow tract or elevated residual right ventricle small aorta and main pulmonary artery.  http://radiopaedia.org/articles/box-shaped-heart

A 'box-shaped' heart is a radiographic description given to the cardiac silhouette in some cases of Ebstein anomaly. The appearance of this finding is caused by the combination of the following features: huge right atrium that may fill the entire right hemithorax shelved appearance of the left cardiac contour due to the dilated right ventricular outflow tract or elevated residual right ventricle small aorta and main pulmonary artery. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/box-shaped-heart

Ebstein's anomaly - Wikipedia

Ebstein's anomaly - Wikipedia

Ebstein's Anomaly - Mayo Clinic  Joseph Dearani, M.D., cardiovascular surgeon at Mayo Clinic

Ebstein's Anomaly - Mayo Clinic Joseph Dearani, M.D., cardiovascular surgeon at Mayo Clinic

Ebstein's anomaly

Ebstein's anomaly

Ebstein's anomaly is a rare heart defect in which parts of the tricuspid valve are abnormal. The tricuspid valve is normally made of three parts, called leaflets or flaps. In patients with Ebstein's anomaly, the leaflets are larger and unusually deep in the right ventricle. The defect usually causes the valve to work poorly, and blood may go the wrong way back into the right atrium. The backup of blood flow can lead to heart swelling and fluid buildup in the lungs or liver.

Ebstein's anomaly is a rare heart defect in which parts of the tricuspid valve are abnormal. The tricuspid valve is normally made of three parts, called leaflets or flaps. In patients with Ebstein's anomaly, the leaflets are larger and unusually deep in the right ventricle. The defect usually causes the valve to work poorly, and blood may go the wrong way back into the right atrium. The backup of blood flow can lead to heart swelling and fluid buildup in the lungs or liver.

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Ebstein's anomaly - Wikiwand

Ebstein's anomaly - Wikiwand

Ebstein anomaly in neonates

Ebstein anomaly in neonates

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