Aistė Bagdonavičiūtė, Nora Aukštuolytė, Ramunė Vankevičienė


Double outlet right ventricular disease (DORV) is a mul­tifactorial congenital heart disease in which the main ar­teries of the heart exit from the right ventricle. We report a clinical case of a premature newborn with a diagnosis of double outlet disease (Fallot tetrad type) suspected to be a congenital genetic disease. Complications associ­ated with the malformation, diagnostic and therapeutic modalities of the pathology are described.

Keyword(s): Double outflow from the right ventricle, congenital heart disease, tetrad of Fallot, newborn.

DOI: 10.35988/sm-hs.2024.140
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