OP-05 Prenatal diagnosis of left ventricle aneurysm. Perinatal Journal 2023;31(3):03-04
- Eskişehir City Hospital, Eskişehir, Türkiye
- Erol Olçak Research and Education Hospital, Çorum, Türkiye
Zafer Bütün, Eskişehir City Hospital, Eskişehir, Türkiye,
Earlyview Date: September 22, 2023
Publication date: October 01, 2023
Conflicts of Interest
No conflicts declared.
Ventricular aneurysm of the fetal heart is a rare cardiac anomaly that occurs after a defect in the myocardium. In this case report; Prenatal diagnosis and management of ventricle aneurysm is discussed.
The patient was presented for routine screening at 22 weeks of gestation, and the prenatal history was unremarkable.
Ventricular aneurysm of the fetal heart is a rare cardiac anomaly that occurs after a defect in the myocardium.Unlike a diverticulum, it is larger and the contractility of the heart wall is impaired.It is more common in the left than in the right ventricle.
Left ventricular aneurysm is one of the rare cardiac anomalies that can be diagnosed in the prenatal period.The size of the lesion, impaired cardiac function and arrhythmia are the criteria for a poor prognosis
Aneurysym, cardiac anomaly, fetal heart, left ventricle
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