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Anomalies in Pulmonary Venous Return and Cor Triatriatum

  • Viktor Hraška
  • Peter Murín

Abstract

Anomalies of pulmonary venous return and cor triatriatum represent a spectrum of embryologically related lesions characterized by the failure of the pulmonary veins to unite normally with the left atrium. This chapter elaborates:

1. Anatomy

2. Indication for surgery

3. Approach and cardiopulmonary bypass strategy

4. Repair of the mixed type of total anomalous pulmonary venous return (video)

5. Repair of a cor triatriatum (video)

6. Sutureless repair of congenital pulmonary venous stenosis (video)

Keywords

Pulmonary Vein Atrial Septal Defect Innominate Vein Pulmonary Vein Stenosis Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection 
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Supplementary material

Clip 1: Preoperative findings.

Clip 2: Orientation and anatomy.

Clip 3: Mobilisation of the confluence.

Clip 4: Mobilisation of the left pulmonary veins.

Clip 5: Anastomosis between the left atrium and the confluence.

Clip 6: Fenestrated patch closure of the atrial septal defect.

Clip 7: Final result.

Clip 8: Postoperative findings.

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Clip 1: Preoperative findings.

Clip 2: Resection of the membrane.

Clip 3: Inspection of the left atrium and the mitral valve.

Clip 4: Patch closure of the atrial septal defect.

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Clip 1: Preoperative findings.

Clip 2: Dissection of the right pulmonary veins.

Clip 3: Clipping of the pulmonary arteries.

Clip 4: Resection of the left pulmonary vein stenosis.

Clip 5: Resection of the right pulmonary vein stenosis.

Clip 6: Sutureless reconstruction of the entrance of the right pulmonary veins.

Clip 7: Placement of monitoring lines.

Clip 8: Postoperative findings.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Viktor Hraška
    • 1
  • Peter Murín
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Cardiac SurgeryGerman Pediatric Heart Center, Sankt AugustinSankt AugustinGermany

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