CARDIOVASCULAR: Congenital Diseases of the Heart and Great Vessels

E-1Congenital Syndromes with Congenital Heart Disease or Myocardiopathy
E-2-SRelative Incidence of Various Congenital Heart Diseases (in Order of Decreasing Frequency)
E-3-SKey Findings in Neonatal Congenital Heart Disease
E-4Early Onset (Birth to One Week) of Heart Failure in Neonatal Congenital Heart Disease
E-5Heart Failure in the First Month of Life
E-6Cardiomegaly and/or Cardiac Failure In a Neonate, Infant, or Child
E-7Left-to-Right Shunt in Congenital Heart Disease
E-7-SDifferential Features of Common Left-to-Right Shunts
E-8Right-to-Left Shunt or Admixture Lesion in Congenital Heart Disease
E-8-SDifferential Features of Major Cyanotic Congenital Heart Diseases
E-9-1Time of Onset and Degree of Cyanosis in Congenital Heart Disease - Marked Cyanosis at Birth or in First Week
E-9-2Time of Onset and Degree of Cyanosis in Congenital Heart Disease - Mild or Intermittent Cyanosis at Birth or Soon After
E-9-3Time of Onset and Degree of Cyanosis in Congenital Heart Disease - Late Onset of Cyanosis in Neonatal Congenital Heart Disease
E-10Right-to-Left Shunt at Atrial Level
E-10-SComplicated Atrial Level Shunts
E-11Right-to-Left Shunt at Ventricular Level
E-12-S1Cardiovascular Anomalies Associated with VSD
E-12-S2Cardiovascular Anomalies Associated with Complete Atrioventricular Canal (CAVC)
E-13Right-to-Left Shunt at Ductus Level
E-14-SPulmonary Arterial Vascularity in Common Congenital Heart Diseases (See also E-15 to E-19)
E-15Acyanotic Congenital Heart Disease with Normal Pulmonary Vascularity
E-16Acyanotic Congenital Heart Disease with Increased (Shunt) Pulmonary Vascularity (See also E-51)
E-17Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease with Increased Pulmonary Vascularity (See also E-51)
E-18Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease with Precapillary Hypertension Vascularity (High Vascular Resistance, Eisenmenger Physiology)
E-19Congenital Heart Disease with Decreased Pulmonary Vascularity (usually Cyanotic)
E-20Flat or Concave Pulmonary Artery Segment in Congenital Heart Disease
E-21-SVascular Ring and Other Anomalies of the Aortic Arch and Brachiocephalic Arteries
E-22Congenital Heart Disease Associated with Anterior Right Aortic Arch (Type I: Mirror-Image Branching)
E-23-SPositional Anomalies of the Thoracic Aorta
E-24Anomalous Arterial Communication in the Thorax
E-25-SAnomalous Pulmonary Venous Return Connections (APVC)
E-26Abnormal Cardiac Position; Cardiac Displacement (Congenital or Acquired)
E-26-STypes of Dextrocardia