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Diagnosis of congenital heart disease. Diagnosis of congenital heart disease CHD in adulthood is not unusual. Adult CHD is often suspected by clinical examination and confirmed by echocardiography which is part of the clinic for adult patients with congenital heart defects. Lesions can be simple, such as atrial septal defect, arterial duct, native coarctation or pulmonary stenosis. The patient can also survive into adulthood with a complex defect as Ebstein disease or double discordance.
TOE can reliably assess intra cardiac defects. Use of cardiac catheters for diagnosis is mainly for pulmonary resistance assessment. Interventional catheterism is an increasingly used technique ASD or duct closure, balloon dilatation of pulmonary stenosis.
The managment of these patients is frequently complex because of the evolution of native disease calcifications of abnormal congenital valves, arrythmias, pulmonary artery disease , or because of acquired cardiac pathology as systemic hypertension, and sometimes coronary artery disease. The majority of patients with CHD have been operated on in infancy. Initial diagnostics are often known, but sequellae and complications can be specific.
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Elles sont rares. Il arrive donc que les patients soient vus tardivement au stade de complications de leur intervention surtout rythmiques. Une fuite importante est un jet large, bref, dilatant le ventricule droit, avec un reflux diastolique vu dans les branches pulmonaires figure En cas de cyanose importante, il existe une hypertrophie des deux ventricules. Les malaises, syncopes ou palpitations doivent faire rechercher en urgence un trouble du rythme auriculaire. La surveillance Holter est fondamentale.
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