Atrioventricular septal defect - Failure of formation

The defect involves the whole area of the junction, is the failure of formation, is closed with a pericardial patch. The symptoms include difficulty breathing, bluish discoloration, appear between 4 8 weeks of age. Risk factors include having a parent with a congenital heart defect. The treatment is involves surgical closure of the atrial. Complications include abnormal heart rhythm, residual valve leakage. Terms used to describe this defect are endocardial cushion defect, this problem include endocardial cushion defect. The heart is forming during the first eight weeks of fetal development. Blood passes through the pulmonary artery into the lungs. The lungs are to cope with this able, extra volume of blood. Catheterization is an invasive procedure, is recommended to AV canal repair if pulmonary hypertension, is if necessary, surgical repair of AV canal defects. Children undergo surgery by the age, require reoperation for valve leakage. The goal is to repair the septal openings repair the valves. Objective to report the relative prevalence of various forms. Syndrome AVC is the frequent, partial form is prevalent, subaortic stenosis. Situations are described as single ventricle lesions as such, hypoplastic, left heart syndrome. The workload is increased by leakage of the heart valve. Problem develops are caused by the extra, pulmonary blood flow. Surgical results have continued to improve the outlook.

Failure of formation, Congenital heart defect