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(Shunt right to left anatomic shunts )
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  • Acquired left ventricle-to-right atrium shunt: clinical implications and diagnostic dilemmas. [Review]
  • WKWien Klin Wochenschr 2015; 127(21-22):884-92
  • Yuan SM
  • CONCLUSIONS: A high jet detected in the right atrium with uncertain origin and course has to appeal to additional diagnostic techniques including transesophageal echocardiography, cardiac catheterization, or cardiac magnetic resonance imaging for differential diagnoses. Small restrictive shunts are preferred with conservative treatments, high-risk patients are candidates of interventional therapy, and the patients with unstable hemodynamics warrant an open heart surgery. Careful operative maneuver, good control of intracardiac infection, preservation of heart function, etc., are mandatory for the prevention of the development of an acquired LV-RA shunt.
  • Imaging of patent foramen ovale with 64-section multidetector CT. [Journal Article]
  • RRadiology 2008; 249(2):483-92
  • Saremi F, Channual S, … Milliken JC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Multidetector CT provides detailed anatomic information about size, morphologic features, and shunt grade of the PFO. Shorter tunnel length and septal aneurysms are frequently associated with left-to-right shunts in patients with PFO.
  • Epidemiologic factors associated with the anatomic location of intrahepatic portosystemic shunts in dogs. [Journal Article]
  • VSVet Surg 2007; 36(1):31-6
  • Krotscheck U, Adin CA, … Erb HN
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although country of origin, breed, and sex had significant associations with anatomic location of IHPSS, signalment does not appear to be a strong predictor of shunt location when used alone.For the common breeds in this report, signalment is only occasionally helpful in predicting likelihood of anatomic division in IHPSS. Australian cattle dogs and male dogs have a statistical association with right (versus left) divisional IHPSS. If advanced imaging techniques are not available, veterinary surgeons should be prepared to locate and address any anatomic configuration of IHPSS in a dog.
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