|Title:||Clinical implications of congenital interruption of inferior vena cava||Authors:||SHYH-JYE CHEN
|Keywords:||Bradicardia; Congenital heart disease; Heterotaxy; Interrupted inferior vena cava||Issue Date:||5-Feb-2022||Source:||Journal of the Formosan Medical Association = Taiwan yi zhi||Abstract:||
Inferior vena cava (IVC) interruption is rare and can be detected through prenatal or postnatal imaging. It usually occurs in patients with heterotaxy syndrome with bilateral left-sidedness (left isomerism or polysplenia syndrome), indicating a laterality defect. However, its long-term outcomes remain unclear.
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