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  • A GREAT classical sydenham chorea (St. Vitus “Dance”) can be seen at www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnxqqW_nH0k <br />
  • Do the NAMES of these congenital heart conditions adequately describe the pathology? Ans: YES <br /> Why have I highlighted the “D”s and the “T”s? Ans: D = L shunt, T= RL shunt (cyanosis, or “blue” babies). <br />
  • LEFT to RIGHT SHUNTS, NON-cyanotic <br />
  • All the RL congenital shunts are CYANOTIC, and have T’s in their names. <br />
  • CLASSICAL “TETROLOGY” of FALLOT: <br /> 1) VSD, large <br /> 2) OBSTRUCTION to RV flow <br /> 3) Aorta OVERRIDES the VSD <br /> 4) RVH <br />

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