A female asked:
What is the odds of passing Tetroligy of fallot to a child? And what is the odds of passing Tetroligy of fallot to a second child?
1 doctor answer
Dr. Anthony Fritz answered
32 years experience in Internal Medicine
Tetralogy of Fallot: If you do not have one of the genetically associated mutations documented in yourself or your family which have their own predictive outcomes then the spontaneous incidence of Tetralogy of Fallot is 1 in a 1000 for male offspring and 1 in 2000 for female offspring
Answered on Aug 4, 2014
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