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Konotrunkaler Herzfehler

Die konotrunkalen Herzfehler betreffen den Ausflusstrakt des Herzens und umfassen Fallotsche Tetralogie, Truncus arteriosus communis, Pulmonalis-Atresie, rechter oder linker Doppelausstromventrikel und Transposition der großen Arterien. Sie machen etwa 30% aller angeborenen nicht-syndromalen Herzfehler aus.Es kommen verschiedene Vererbungsmuster vor und verschiedene Gene können betroffen sein.

Gliederung

Kongenitale Herzfehlbildungen
Atriumseptumdefekt 7 mit AV-Leitungsstörung
Fallot-Tetralogie
Hypoplastisches Linksherzsyndrom 2
Konotrunkaler Herzfehler
NKX2-5
Ventrikelseptumdefekt 3

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Ta-Shma A et al. (2014) Conotruncal malformations and absent thymus due to a deleterious NKX2-6 mutation.

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Ta-Shma A et al. (2013) Isolated truncus arteriosus associated with a mutation in the plexin-D1 gene.

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Tan ZP et al. (2012) Novel ZFPM2/FOG2 variants in patients with double outlet right ventricle.

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