Prenatal diagnosis of right aortic arch and aberran left subclavian artery anomalies: a case report. Perinatal Journal 2014;22(3):SE12-13
- Zeynep Kamil Kadın ve Çocuk Hastalıkları Hastanesi, Perinatoloji Kliniği- İstanbul TR
- Beykoz Devlet Hastanesi, Kadın Hastalıkları ve Doğum Kliniği- İstanbul TR
Şebnem Erol Türkyılmaz, Zeynep Kamil Kadın ve Çocuk Hastalıkları Hastanesi, Perinatoloji Kliniği- İstanbul TR,
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İt’s aimed to present a case of right aortic arch and aberran left subclavian artery anomalies which is prenatally diagnosed, and to discuss the managment of the case.
A 29-year-old, gravida 2, parity 1 patient was refered to our clinic because of high risk of Edward syndrome in triple aneuploidy screening test. Detailed fetal ultrasonography and fetal echocardiography performed. Right aortic arch and aberran left subclavian artery anomalies were detected. No additional anomaly was detected during the examinations of other systems. Cordosentesis was performed to patient. Normal karyotype was detected and Di George syndrome microdelesyon was not identified. Pregnancy follow-up was continued and at 39. week of gestation a healty 3240 gr male infant was delevered by vajinal delivery.
Karyotype analysis and the other associated syndromes should be evaluated and a detailed ultrasonography examination should be performed in fetuses which right aortic arch and left subclavian artery were diagnosed. The prognosis for isolated right aortic arch and aberran left subclavian artery anomailes are good.
Aberran left subclavian artery, prenatal diagnosis, right aortic arch
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