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What are the symptoms of avsd?
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Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
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In brief: Atrioventicular sept
Atrioventicular septal defect occurs during the first eight weeks of fetal development.
The size of the openings will affect the type and severity of symptoms difficult or congested breathing poor appetite or poor weight gain lack of interest or unusual tiredness during feeding cyanosis: a blue tone to the skin, lips, or nails pale, cool or sweaty skin a heartbeat that is too fast.

In brief: Atrioventicular sept
Atrioventicular septal defect occurs during the first eight weeks of fetal development.
The size of the openings will affect the type and severity of symptoms difficult or congested breathing poor appetite or poor weight gain lack of interest or unusual tiredness during feeding cyanosis: a blue tone to the skin, lips, or nails pale, cool or sweaty skin a heartbeat that is too fast.
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