A clinical case of repeated correction of Ebstein's anomaly using the 'cone reconstruction' method release_rev_dde90646-22dd-48ad-b2b1-6e81a28ee391

by N. M. Troshkinev, E. A. Svyazov, O. V. Mochula, N. A. Shmakova, I. V. Ivanova, O. A. Egunov, E. V. Krivoshchekov

Published in Patologiâ Krovoobrašeniâ i Kardiohirurgiâ by Institute of Circulation Pathology.

2020   Volume 24, p102


We report the case of a 16-year-old child with Ebstein's anomaly who successfully underwent recorrection via the 'cone reconstruction' method using a tricuspid valve-in-ring implant. Because the patient had high-grade atrioventricular block, a pacemaker was implanted. Ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging were conducted to determine the anatomy of the right ventricle and its hemodynamic parameters. Echocardiography performed at the time of discharge revealed an improvement in the hemodynamic parameters of the patient after the correction: triuspid valve regurgitation is mild and peak/mean pressure gradient 10/5 mmHg.Received 9 January 2020. Revised 16 March 2020. Accepted 17 March 2020.<strong>Informed consent:</strong> The patient's informed consent to use the records for medical purposes is obtained.<strong>Funding:</strong> The study did not have sponsorship.<strong>Conflict of interest:</strong> Authors declare no conflict of interest.<strong>Author contributions</strong><br />Drafting the article: N.M. Troshkinev, O.V. Mochula, O.A. Egunov<br />Literature review: N.A. Shmakova, I.V. Ivanova<br />Illustrations: N.M. Troshkinev, O.V. Mochula<br />Critical revision of the article: E.V. Krivoshchekov, E.A. Svyazov<br />Surgical treatment: E.V. Krivoshchekov, O.A. Egunov, N.M. Troshkinev<br />Final approval of the version to be published: N.M. Troshkinev, E.A. Svyazov, O.V. Mochula, N.A. Shmakova, I.V. Ivanova, O.A. Egunov, E.V. Krivoshchekov
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