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What are the tests for transposition of the great vessels?
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Dr. Mario Matos-Cruz
Surgery - Thoracic
In brief: ECHO,CATH.,MRI
Echocardiogram diagnostic, emergency cardiac cath for rashking procedure if needed, and to determine coronary anatomy, if a concomitant vsd present, intracavitary pressures and shunt may possibly be determined.
Cardiac MRI may be needed for concomitant vascular anomalies and assistance in situs inversus.

In brief: ECHO,CATH.,MRI
Echocardiogram diagnostic, emergency cardiac cath for rashking procedure if needed, and to determine coronary anatomy, if a concomitant vsd present, intracavitary pressures and shunt may possibly be determined.
Cardiac MRI may be needed for concomitant vascular anomalies and assistance in situs inversus.
Dr. Mario Matos-Cruz
Dr. Mario Matos-Cruz
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