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What is Thurman-Hillier syndrome?

What is Thurman-Hillier syndrome?

  • Thurman-Hillier syndrome: A rare congenital heart defect where there is an abnormal connection between the left ventricle and right atrium of the heart.

Thurman-Hillier syndrome: Introduction

Types of Thurman-Hillier syndrome:

Broader types of Thurman-Hillier syndrome:

How serious is Thurman-Hillier syndrome?

Prognosis of Thurman-Hillier syndrome: fair
Complications of Thurman-Hillier syndrome: see complications of Thurman-Hillier syndrome

What causes Thurman-Hillier syndrome?

Causes of Thurman-Hillier syndrome: see causes of Thurman-Hillier syndrome

What are the symptoms of Thurman-Hillier syndrome?

Symptoms of Thurman-Hillier syndrome: see symptoms of Thurman-Hillier syndrome

Complications of Thurman-Hillier syndrome: see complications of Thurman-Hillier syndrome

Onset of Thurman-Hillier syndrome: birth

Thurman-Hillier syndrome: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Thurman-Hillier syndrome.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Thurman-Hillier syndrome.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Thurman-Hillier syndrome: Cardiologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Thurman-Hillier syndrome.
Treatments for Thurman-Hillier syndrome: see treatments for Thurman-Hillier syndrome

Name and Aliases of Thurman-Hillier syndrome

Main name of condition: Thurman-Hillier syndrome

Other names or spellings for Thurman-Hillier syndrome:

Levoisomerism LV-RA communication, left ventricular to right atrial communication


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