Ebstein’s Anomaly with Moderate Tricuspid Regurgitation, Mild Septal Displacement Ratio, and Grade 1 Right Atrial Cavity Ratio
A young pregnant woman, who was asymptomatic with a very good functional class, was referred to us for further evaluation. Physical examination revealed a holosystolic murmur at the lower left sternal border, which increased with inspiration, and the wide splitting of S1. The O2 saturation was 93 % in room air. She was referred for an evaluation of the cardiac cause of the systolic murmur and consultation for the continuation of pregnancy. Her body surface area was 1.6 m2. Echocardiography revealed a normal left ventricular size and systolic function and the upper limit of the normal right ventricular size with a normal right ventricular systolic function.
KeywordsBody Surface Area Systolic Function Tricuspid Regurgitation Ventricular Systolic Function Ventricular Size
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