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Table 1 Isolated structural heart disease and complex congenital heart disease

From: Mid-term echocardiographic follow up of left ventricular function with permanent right ventricular pacing in pediatric patients with and without structural heart disease

Isolated structural heart disease/ISHD 33
TGA 5
AVSD 5
ASD 2
AoI 3
ToF 5
PDA 2
VSD + PFO 3
VSD 2
CoAo 3
Sick sinus syndrome + bifurcational pulmonary stenosis 3
Complex congenital heart disease/CCHD 23
VSD, ASD, pulmonary atresia 3
CoAo, VSD, PDA 3
VSD, ASD, TGA, PDA 5
VSD, TGA 4
VSD, PDA, PFO 1
VSD, DORV, PS 2
VSD, DORV, TGA 2
TGA, PS 2
VSD, PDA, pulmonary atresia 1
  1. TGA – transposition of the great arteries; AVSD – atrioventricular septal defect; ASD – atrial septal defect; AoI – aortic insufficiency; ToF – tetralogy of Fallot; PDA – patent ductus arteriosus; VSD – ventricular septal defect; PFO – persistent foramen ovale; CoAo – Aortic coarctation; DORV – double outlet right ventricle; PS – pulmonary stenosis; HOCM – hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy; ARVD – arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia.