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Table 2 Spectrum of congenital heart disease (CHD), degree of pulmonary hypertension (PHTN), and patient outcome

From: Right Bochdalek congenital diaphragmatic hernia: a tertiary center’s experience over 13 years

Infant details Type of CHD and degree of PHTN Outcome
Infant 1 -Left pulmonary artery stenosis, PDA
-Mild pulmonary hypertension
Survived
Infant 2 -Small muscular VSD, moderately dilated right ventricle
-Moderate to severe pulmonary hypertension
Survived
Infant 3 -Small ASD, moderate PDA
-Mild pulmonary hypertension
Survived
Infant 4 -Mild tricuspid regurgitation, large PDA, PFO, mild dilated right atrium
-Moderate to severe pulmonary hypertension
Survived
Infant 5 PDA, small PFO, mild tricuspid regurgitation
-Moderate to severe pulmonary hypertension
Survived
Infant 6 -Severe pulmonary artery stenosis, PDA, PFO, VSD, double outlet right ventricle, right aortic arch
-Severe pulmonary hypertension
Died (at age of 9 months)
Infant 7 -ASD
-Severe pulmonary hypertension
Died (at age of 1 day)
Infant 8 -ASD
-Severe pulmonary hypertension
Died (at age of 1 day)
Infant 9 -ASD, dilated right ventricle and atrium, large PDA
-Severe pulmonary hypertension
Died (at age of 1 day)
Infant 10 -Right sided aortic arch, moderate PDA, moderate tricuspid regurgitation
-Severe pulmonary hypertension
Died (preoperatively at age of 22 days)
  1. PDA patent ductus arteriosus, ASD atrial septal defect, PFO patent foramen ovale, VSD ventricular septal defect