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Title: Ebstein anomaly : a review
Authors: Galea, Joseph
Ellul, Sarah
Schembri, Aaron
Schembri-Wismayer, Pierre
Calleja-Agius, Jean
Keywords: Ebstein's anomaly
Congenital heart disease
Newborn infants -- Mortality
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Citation: Galea, J., Ellul, S., Schembri, A., Schembri-Wismayer, P., & Calleja-Agius, J. (2014). Ebstein anomaly : a review. Neonatal Network, 33(05), 268-274.
Abstract: Cardiac congenital abnormalities are a leading cause in neonatal mortality occurring in up to 1 in 200 of live births. Ebstein anomaly, also known as Kassamali anomaly, accounts for 1 percent of all congenital cardiac anomalies. This congenital abnormality involves malformation of the tricuspid valve and of the right ventricle. In this review, the causes of the anomaly are outlined and the pathophysiology is discussed, with a focus on the symptoms, management, and treatments available to date.
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