Journal of the Korean Pediatric Society 1968;11(2):95-100.
Published online February 28, 1968.
Persistent Ostium Atrioventriculare Commune(Report of a Case Associated with Multiple Anomalies of Viscera)
Jae Hak Seo1, Yong II Lee1, Han Woong Choi1, Je G. Chi2, Sang In Kim2
1Department of Pediatrics, Han II Hospital
2Department of Pathology, College of Medicine, Seoul National University Seoul, Korea
共通心房室孔存續症 一多發性 內臟略形을 同伴한 1 症例 報告一
徐 載 鶴1, 李 廣 一1, 崔 漢雄1, 池 堤 根2, 金 相 仁2
1韓一病院 小兒科
2서울大學校 醫科大學 病理學敎室
Abstract
This 1.8 kg-weighing premature male baby was admitted to the department of Pediatrics, Han II Hospital through emergency room because of high fever, dyspnea and peripheral cyanosis on Sept. 31, 1965. This baby was spontaneously delivered on 34 weeks of gestation. Initial crying and disappearance of cyanosis after birth were not delayed. But his parents noticed the difficulty of respiration and high fever from 3 hours of his life. General condition was aggravated gradually and progressively thereafter, and the patient expired at the 16th hours after birth. At autopsy a rare congenital heart malformation, persistent ostium atrioventriculare commune, that was associated with multiple other anomalies of the viscera, i.e., tracheo-esophageal fistula, horseshoe kidney with triple ureters, rectal and anal atresia were observed. The common atrioventricular canal was complicated with interatrial septal defect of ostium secundum type. Tracheo-esophageal fistula was that o£ type C. Anal atresia was that of type 3. Both kidneys fused together at the mid line of the body and the right-sided kidney showed double pelves and ureters crossing the anterior surfaces to reach the bladder. The direct cause of death was extensive bilateral bronchopneumonia.




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