This chapter includes types, morphology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, natural course, treatment, and fetal diagnosis of congenital anomalies of the mitral valve and left ventricular inflow, including Shone complex.
Mitral cleft Infective endocarditis Supravalve ring Mechanical valve
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