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Heart Congenital Heart Disease Associations

Congenital Cardiac Defect Associations:
22q11 syndromes (ie DiGeorges) - Truncus Arteriosus > TOF
Down Syndrome - Endocardial Cushion Defects (ASD>VSD>AV Septal Defects)
Congenital Rubella - PDA, Pulmonary Artery Stenosis
Turner's Syndrome - Bicuspid Aortic valve is more common than CoA
Marfan's - Aortic Insufficiency, Aortic Dissection, MVP
Infant of Diabetic Mother - Transposition of great vessels
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for infant of a diabetic mother septal hypertrophy is the most common
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sorry it is not a congenital heart disease
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