Ebstein's anomalyEEbstein's anomalyEbstein's anomalyEnglishCardiologyChild (0-12 years)HeartCardiovascular systemConditions and diseasesAdult (19+)NA2009-12-04T05:00:00ZFraser Golding, MD, FRCPC10.000000000000046.0000000000000171.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Learn about Ebstein's anomaly in children. This condition can result in heart failure or cyanosis, but it can also resolve itself without treatment.</p><p>In Ebstein’s anomaly, the tricuspid valve is in the right ventricle, instead of between the right atrium and right ventricle where it should be. As a result, the right atrium gets stretched and gets bigger, while the right ventricle is smaller than usual. </p> <p>Children with Ebstein's anomaly often have an atrial septal defect as well. This lets blood flow from the right to the left atrium. </p><h2> Key points </h2> <ul><li>Children with this condition can experience cyanosis, congestive heart failure, and a heart murmur.</li> <li>Some children with Ebstein's anomaly improve without treatment, while others need drugs or surgery.</li></ul>
Maladie d’EbsteinMMaladie d’EbsteinEbstein's AnomalyFrenchCardiologyChild (0-12 years)HeartCardiovascular systemConditions and diseasesAdult (19+)NA2009-12-04T05:00:00ZFraser Golding, MD, FRCPC10.000000000000046.0000000000000171.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Informez-vous sur la maladie d’Ebstein chez les enfants. Cette anomalie peut entraîner une insuffisance cardiaque ou une cyanose, mais elle peut également se guérir d’elle-même, sans traitement.</p><p>Avec la maladie d’Ebstein, la valvule tricuspide se trouve dans le ventricule droit, plutôt qu'entre l'oreillette droite et le ventricule droit où elle devrait se trouver. Par conséquent, l'oreillette droite est étirée et grossit, et le ventricule gauche est plus petit que la normale. </p> <p>Les enfants atteints de la maladie d’Ebstein ont souvent aussi une communication interauriculaire, où le sang circule de l’oreille droite vers l’oreille gauche.</p><h2> À retenir </h2> <ul><li>Les enfants atteints de cette maladie peuvent présenter une cyanose, une insuffisance cardiaque ou un souffle cardiaque. </li> <li>Certains enfants atteints de la maladie d’Ebstein voient leur santé s’améliorer sans traitement, tandis que d’autres ont besoin de médicaments ou d’une chirurgie. </li></ul>

 

 

Ebstein's anomaly1613.00000000000Ebstein's anomalyEbstein's anomalyEEnglishCardiologyChild (0-12 years)HeartCardiovascular systemConditions and diseasesAdult (19+)NA2009-12-04T05:00:00ZFraser Golding, MD, FRCPC10.000000000000046.0000000000000171.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Learn about Ebstein's anomaly in children. This condition can result in heart failure or cyanosis, but it can also resolve itself without treatment.</p><p>In Ebstein’s anomaly, the tricuspid valve is in the right ventricle, instead of between the right atrium and right ventricle where it should be. As a result, the right atrium gets stretched and gets bigger, while the right ventricle is smaller than usual. </p> <p>Children with Ebstein's anomaly often have an atrial septal defect as well. This lets blood flow from the right to the left atrium. </p><h2> Key points </h2> <ul><li>Children with this condition can experience cyanosis, congestive heart failure, and a heart murmur.</li> <li>Some children with Ebstein's anomaly improve without treatment, while others need drugs or surgery.</li></ul><h2>What are the symptoms of Ebstein’s anomaly?</h2> <p>Sometimes children with this condition experience cyanosis and/or congestive heart failure. A heart murmur is also a symptom of this condition. Chest X-rays, an electrocardiogram, and echocardiogram help to confirm the diagnosis. </p> <h2>How is Ebstein’s anomaly treated?</h2> <p>Some children improve without the need for treatment. Others need drugs to manage abnormal heart rhythms or congestive heart failure, while others need surgery to replace or repair the tricuspid valve and close the atrial septal defect. Sometimes closure of the ASD can be done through cardiac catheterization. </p> <p>Treatment for children with this condition significantly improves the function of the heart.</p>Ebstein's anomaly

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