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What are the symptoms of ebstein anomaly?

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Dr. Marco Paliotta
Surgery - Thoracic
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In brief: Cyanosis and CHF.

The most important symptoms in ebstein's anomaly are related to the tricuspid valve being positioned too low inside the right ventricle.
Essentially, the right side of the heart may not work well causing poor oxygenation (cyanosis) and backing up of blood in the lung circulation (chf). There is wide variety of severity of the anomaly, from mild to severe. Patients may have heart beat problems.

In brief: Cyanosis and CHF.

The most important symptoms in ebstein's anomaly are related to the tricuspid valve being positioned too low inside the right ventricle.
Essentially, the right side of the heart may not work well causing poor oxygenation (cyanosis) and backing up of blood in the lung circulation (chf). There is wide variety of severity of the anomaly, from mild to severe. Patients may have heart beat problems.
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