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Translocation of the atrial septum
  1. C. R. C. Wyndham1
  1. Pathology Department, University of Adelaide, South Australia

    Abstract

    Translocation of the atrial septum to the left of the mitral valve is a congenital anomaly: the author has not found a similar case previously reported in the English literature. The curious anomaly described here was associated with deformed mitral and tricuspid valves, a postero-inferior atrial septal defect, a persistent left superior vena cava, a hypoplastic aorta, and a short innominate artery. The patient lived to a remarkable age.

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    • 1 Present address: Repatriation General Hospital, Daws Road, Daw Park, South Australia, 5041

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