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28 y.o. woman has delivered baby. Woman's medical history is significant of Bipolar disorder, because of this she was under suitable medication. Baby is screened for common anomaly associated with bipolar disorder medication. Echocardiography confirms diagnosis of ebstein's anomaly, aka atrialization of right ventricle.

which of the following is strongly associated with this developmental pathology?

a) WPW
b) Polysyndactily
c) AV malformation
d) Romano Ward Syndrome
e) unicuspid Aortic Valve
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a) WPW ..............
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i'll go with D) romana ward syndrome

i know a syndrome, brugada syndrome(long QT syndrome) is associated with ebstein's anomaly...hoping this is the same syndrome..
i don't think other options are related..
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Ebstein Anomaly associated with WPW syndrome.
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i'll go with D) romana ward syndrome

i know a syndrome, brugada syndrome(long QT syndrome) is associated with ebstein's anomaly...hoping this is the same syndrome..
i don't think other options are related..
ya forgot abt WPW.....thanks guys
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yes WPW and SVT are associated with Ebstein's anomaly.

Here is great pic for ebstein's:

Ebstein's Anomaly Association-ebstein-anomaly-illustration.gif
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For more information about complications of Ebstein's follow the link:

http://medicine.ucsf.edu/education/r...ts/ebstein.pdf
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