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Paediatric and Congenital Heart Disease

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IPCCC: 09.01.02, 09.29.32, 07.10.14, 09.27.21 or

09.01.01, 09.29.31, 07.10.14, 09.27.21, 09.29.31
 

 

AEPC Derived Term:    

Common arterial trunk (truncus) + common origin of pulmonary arteries (type I) (09.01.02)

Interrupted aortic arch distal to subclavian artery (type A) (09.29.32)

VSD + overriding truncal valve (absent outlet septum) with inferior muscular rim (07.10.14)

Patent arterial duct (PDA) (09.27.21)

 
       
 

EACTS-STS Derived Term:    

Truncus arteriosus, With obstructed arch (Van Praagh A4), With interrupted aortic arch (09.01.01, 09.29.31)

Truncus arteriosus-modifier, Truncus arteriosus with VSD, With inferior muscular rim (not extending to membranous septum) (07.10.14)

Interrupted aortic arch (IAA)-modifier, With PDA (09.27.21, 09.29.31)

 
       
 

Definition:  pending


Common Synonyms:  pending

 

 

 

 

 

Modality: Anatomic specimen

Orientation: Anterior view

Description: This anterior anatomic view illustrates a common arterial trunk with and interrupted aortic arch.  The ascending aorta (asterisk) extends from the common trunk to give rise to the brachiocephalic vessels with a normal branching pattern.  The aortic arch is interrupted (red double headed arrow) distal to the left subclavian artery (LSA) and proximal to the arterial duct.  The patent arterial duct maintains the connection between the common arterial trunk and the descending aorta.  The aortic arch extends to the left.  The right (RPA) and left (LPA) pulmonary arteries bifurcate from a common pulmonary trunk that arises from the posterior aspect of the common trunk.  (RSA-right subclavian artery, RCCA-right common carotid artery, LCCA-left common carotid)

Contributor: Diane E. Spicer, BS

Institution:  The Congenital Heart Institute of Florida (CHIF)

Image Label: A090102-89a

Image Source: Medical University of South Carolina

Image Certification: pending

AWG Rating: pending

 

 

 

 

Modality: Anatomic specimen

Orientation: Right ventricular view

Description: In this anterior view, the free wall of the right ventricle has been lifted away to show the septal structures and the restrictive, ventricular septal defect.  The subarterial ventricular septal defect lies within the Y of the septal band and has a posterior inferior muscular rim (red dots).  The yellow dots illustrate the anterior superior portion of the septal band.  The arterial or truncal valve overrides the ventricular septum and the arterial trunk is more committed to the left ventricle.  The tricuspid valve guards the inlet of this morphologically right ventricle. 

Contributor: Diane E. Spicer, BS

Institution:  The Congenital Heart Institute of Florida (CHIF)

Image Label: A090102-89b

Image Source: Medical University of South Carolina

Image Certification: pending

AWG Rating: pending

 
         
 

 

 

Modality: Anatomic specimen

Orientation:  Left ventricular view

Description: The free wall of the left ventricle has been lifted away to show the left ventricular septal surface and the restrictive, subarterial, ventricular septal defect.  There is a tri-leaflet common arterial trunk valve that lies mostly to the left of the interventricular septum.  The mitral valve guards the inlet.

Contributor: Diane E. Spicer, BS

Institution:  The Congenital Heart Institute of Florida (CHIF)

Image Label: A090102-89c

Image Source: Medical University of South Carolina

Image Certification: pending

AWG Rating: pending

 

     

AWG Page Certification: pending       

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