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Single papillary muscle and ostium primum defect

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Summary

Parachute mitral valve (single papillary muscle) is commonly associated with complete atrioventricular (AV) canal. We report a case of ostium primum defect associated with single papillary muscle.

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Correspondence to Dr. Rubin Cooper.

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Szulc, M., Poon, E., Cooper, R. et al. Single papillary muscle and ostium primum defect. Pediatr Cardiol 11, 96–97 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02239571

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Key Words

  • 2D/pulsed Doppler
  • Ostium primum
  • Parachute mitral valve