ventricular septal defect

Question Number 1378

the following are true of a ventricular septal defect

a) it is usually associated with other cardiac anomalies
b) are likely to be assymptomatic if less than 1cm in size
c) usually involve the endocardial cushion
d) the right atrium is typically enlarged
e) children with VSDs above 2cm in size should generally have surgery within 3 months of birth

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