Fallot's tetralogy

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One fetus showed hemorrhagic lesions and two others had germinolytic cysts (for an example of cysts in a fetus with Fallot's tetralogy, see bottom figure, page 1, white arrows).
Donald McRae, a South African-born author now living in England, has described in Every Second Counts the pioneering work of Walt Lillihei, Owen Wangensteen, Norman Shumway, Richard 'Dick' Lower, Adrian Kantrowitz, Chris Barnard and others in operating on the human heart, and correcting congenital heart disease such as Fallot's tetralogy, Ebstein's anomaly, transposition of the great vessels of the heart, and cardiac valvular disorders.
Right ventricular outflow obstruction is the defining feature of Fallot's tetralogy and must be relieved at the time of operative repair.
She was given months to live after being born with the rare hole-in-the-heart condition Fallot's tetralogy.
He had undergone surgery on April 11, 1989, for a serious heart problem - Fallot's Tetralogy - involving four defects.
Anomalous origin of the right pulmonary artery from ascending aorta is more frequent as a distinct anomaly, than the left pulmonary artery, but the latter is more often associated with Fallot's tetralogy.