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Malformation Patterns in Children With Congenital Heart Disease

Hans-Heiner Kramer, MD; Frank Majewski, MD; Hans Joachim Trampisch, PhD; Spiros Rammos, MD; Maurice Bourgeois, MD
Am J Dis Child. 1987;141(7):789-795. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1987.04460070091033.
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• We prospectively examined 1016 infants and children with congenital heart disease (CHD) to detect additional malformation patterns. They were divided into two major groups. In the first group (n=881), the CHD either occurred alone or was accompanied by a major extracardiac malformation (n=68, 7.7%). In the second group (n=135, 13.3%), the CHD was part of a malformation syndrome, embryopathy, association, or complex. In one fourth of the 56 chromosomal syndromes, the underlying cytogenetic anomaly differed from trisomy 21. Fourteen of the 30 children with non-chromosomal malformation syndromes had Noonan's syndrome. Thirteen of the 27 embryopathies were due to rubella infection, but alcohol embryopathy occurred nearly as often (n=10). In those children with malformation associations (n=16) seven showed cardiofacial association. Three of the five children with malformation complexes had Ivemark disease. In this study, underlying disorders were found in one of eight children with CHD, a considerably higher percentage than that reported in earlier studies.

(AJDC 1987;141:789-795)

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