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Fig. 31 Persistent truncus arteriosus

Heart of a child, aged five years, in whom cyanosis developed at one and one-half years.

  • A, common arterial trunk arising entirely from right ventricle, and communicating with the left ventricle through the right auricle
  • B, right auricle laid open
  • C, defect at base of interventricular septum;
  • D, heavy muscular column from wall of right ventricle to base of defect;
  • E, interauricular septum seen from right auricle showing multiple defects.

Heart is wider than high.

(From a specimen in the McGill Pathological Museum presented by Dr. Mackenzie Forbes.)


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