Antenatal diagnosis and postnatal treatment of intrapulmonary arteriovenous malformation

Kenny, Damien P.; Tsai-Goodman, Beverly; Martin, Robin P.; Tulloh, Robert M.
September 2007
Archives of Disease in Childhood -- Fetal & Neonatal Edition;Sep2007, Vol. 92 Issue 5, pF366
Academic Journal
The article presents a study involving antenatal diagnosis and postnatal treatment of intrapulmonary arteriovenous malformation. By fetal echocardiogram, it demonstrates a long axis view of the fetal heart showing a large intrapulmonary arteriovenous malformation in the anterior portion. Furthermore, this study recommends early treatment of the condition to prevent significant morbidity.


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