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The view from the left ventricle in this specimen shows a ventricular septal defect with exclusively muscular borders opening towards the outlet of the right ventricle, but with postero-caudal deviation of the muscular outlet septum (yellow dots), causing subaortic stenosis.
 
The view from the left ventricle in this specimen shows a ventricular septal defect with exclusively muscular borders opening towards the outlet of the right ventricle, but with postero-caudal deviation of the muscular outlet septum (yellow dots), causing subaortic stenosis.
  
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Diane E Spicer, Hao H Hsu, Jennifer Co-Vu, Robert H Anderson, F Jay Fricker  
 
Diane E Spicer, Hao H Hsu, Jennifer Co-Vu, Robert H Anderson, F Jay Fricker  
 
Ventricular septal defect.  
 
Ventricular septal defect.  
 
Orphanet J Rare Dis: 2014, 9;144
 
Orphanet J Rare Dis: 2014, 9;144
  
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The open access articles published in BioMed Central's journals are made available under the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license, which means they are accessible online without any restrictions and can be re-used in any way, subject only to proper attribution (which, in an academic context, usually means citation).
  
The open access articles published in BioMed Central's journals are made available under the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license, which means they are accessible online without any restrictions and can be re-used in any way, subject only to proper attribution (which, in an academic context, usually means citation).
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Description

Figure 19

The view from the left ventricle in this specimen shows a ventricular septal defect with exclusively muscular borders opening towards the outlet of the right ventricle, but with postero-caudal deviation of the muscular outlet septum (yellow dots), causing subaortic stenosis.

Reference

Diane E Spicer, Hao H Hsu, Jennifer Co-Vu, Robert H Anderson, F Jay Fricker Ventricular septal defect. Orphanet J Rare Dis: 2014, 9;144

Copyright

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