Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Drainage Of Entire Left Lung

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Surgical Repair of Post-Repair Pulmonary Vein Stenosis Using

for simple total anomalous pulmonary venous connection: Mid-term results in a single institution. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg, in press. 7. Honjo O, Atlin CR, Hamilton BC, et al: Primary sutureless repair for infants with mixed total anomalous pulmonary venous drainage. Ann Thorac Surg 90(3):862-868, 2010

Repair of Schnitar Syndrome -

entire rigllt hmg (Fig 3), but several variations have been reported. Tile rigllt upper lobe may drain sepa- rately into the left atrium while the relnainder of tile puhnonary venous drainage enters the inferior vena cava. Alternatively, the anomalous vein nmy drain into

Scimitar Syndrome and H-type Tracheoesophageal Fistula in a

anomalous pulmonary venous drainage of all right-sided pulmonary veins to a vertical, scimitar-like vein that crossed the diaphragm and emptied into the IVC; there was normal left-sided pulmonary venous drainage, hypoplasia of the right lung, and a very small (2 mm) systemic arterial collateral arising from the abdominal aorta supplying the

Scimitar Syndrome: The Curved Turkish Sabre

a.Partial or complete pulmonary venous drainage abnormality b.Curved anomalous right pulmonary vein draining into the inferior vena cava c.Hypoplasia of the right lung d.Hypoplasia of the right pulmonary artery

A sword threatening the heart: The scimitar syndrome

consisting of anomalous venous drainage of part or the entire right lung into the upper portion of the inferior vena cava (IVC), right lung hypoplasia, and a variable systemic arterial blood supply to the right lung.1,2 This malformation has been described by many pathologists over time. In an article published in 1956 by

Partial and total anomalous pulmonary venous connection in

Figure 1 Total anomalous pulmonary venous connection to the innominate vein in a fetus with right atrial isomerism, dextrocardia, atrioventricular septal defect and double-outlet right ventricle (Case 9). (a) Color Doppler image in transverse view shows the left pulmonary vein (*) joining the pulmonary venous (PV) confluence (C).

Original Article Variants of the scimitar syndrome

Abstract Introduction: The scimitar syndrome comprises hypoplastic right pulmonary artery and lung, anomalous right pulmonary venous drainage to the inferior caval vein, aortopulmonary collateral(s) to the right lung, and bronchial anomalies. Aim: The aim of this study was to describe the morphological and clinical spectrum of variants

MDCT of Anomalous Unilateral Single Pulmonary Vein

Anomalous connection of pulmonary veins with normal pulmonary venous drainage: report of case associated with pulmonary venous stenosis and cor triatriatum. AMA Arch Pathol 1955;59:463 470 11. Gazzaniga AB, Matloff JM, Harken DE. Anoma-lous right pulmonary venous drainage into the in-ferior vena cava and left atrium. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg

CASE REPORT Open Access Correction of the scimitar syndrome

Anomalous pulmonary venous return disorders are a specific group of congenital heart diseases caused by the abnormal drainage of a part or the entire right lung to the inferior vena cava, the right atrium or a variety of venous connections from the anomalous pulmonary vein to a systemic vein [4-6]. The estimated incidence is two out of 100,000

Partial anomalous pulmonary venous drainage

SOLATED PARTIAL anomalous pulmonary venous drainage with an intact atrial septum is a rare finding.1,2 We briefly discuss this anomaly and describe our experience with three patients, with partial anomalous pulmonary venous connection to the superior vena cava, right atrium, and inferior vena cava, who underwent extra-cardiac conduit repair.

Diagnostic accuracy of low-dose dual-source cardiac computed

fistula (Fig. 2), ten pulmonary atresia, one infracardiac type total anomalous pulmonary venous returns (Fig. 4) and one hypoplastic left lung were presented. Ten patients were scanned without sedation, 22 patients were scanned with minimal to moderate sedation, and one patient was intubated during the scan. The patient who was intubated

Abnormal Chest X-Ray Leading to Diagnosis of Partial

anomalous pulmonary venous connection in left lung cancer. Jpn J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 2004;52:189-90. 7. Brody H. Drainage of the pulmonary veins into the right-side of the heart. Arch Pathol 1942;33:130. 8. Sasaki H, Naka N, Kitahara N, et al. Right partial anomalous pulmonary venous connection found during

MR Imaging and CT Evaluation of Congenital Pulmonary Vein

the Pulmonary Veins The lung buds develop from the foregut and have systemic arterial supply and venous drainage to the cardinal system (1,3). The common pulmo-nary vein (CPV) develops from the primitive left atrium and grows toward the lungs, establishing connections with the pulmonary venous system. The primitive connections of the lungs to

Pneumonectomy in Scimitar Syndrome anaesthesia management

malous pulmonary venous connection of the right lung (part or the entire right lung) to the inferior vena cava, right lung hypoplasia, dextroposition of the heart, and anomalous systemic arterial supply to the right lung. Surgical treatment includes either ligation of anomalous arteries and the scimitar vein implanted into left atrium

Aamtomy of Total Anomalous Puhnonary Venous Conner

left atrium but drain anonmlously to the right side through an interatrial conmmnication secondary to the presence of a left-sided structural atresia at some level. TAPVC, on the other lmnd, ori~nates from nonfnsion of the confluence of the pulmonary venous drainage and the left atrimn.

Pulmonary hypertension in scimitar syndromein

nary venous drainage of the right lung into the inferior vena cava, hypoplasia ofthe right lung with dextroposition oftheheart, hypoplasia or other mal-formations of the right pulmonary artery, and an anomalous systemic supply to the lower lobe ofthe right lung from the abdominal aorta or its main branches.' Abnormal lobation and bronchial abnor-

Prenatal findings and differential diagnosis of scimitar

was there anomalous venous drainage from the affected lung to the azygos vein/superior vena cava, but pulsed wave Doppler was indicative of obstruction to pulmonary venous return, as shown by a non-phasic venous waveform pattern with increased velocity (Figure 2). A prenatal thoraco-amniotic shunt was inserted in these two

Coexistence of partial anomalous pulmonary venous return and

cell lung cancer (NSCLC). Due to preoperative imaging with CT angiography and classical coronary catheterization it was possible to provide uncomplicated treatment. Anoma-lous pulmonary venous connections are a specific group of congenital heart defects caused by the abnormal drainage of a part or the entire lung to a systemic vein or the right

Right ventricle dilatation: the big five - BMJ

anomalous pulmonary venous drainage (PAPVD) of the entire left lung, a congenital anomaly, rather than the Cape buffalo, to be responsible for the right ventricle (RV) dilatation. The left upper pulmonary vein confluence was seen to drain via a vertical like vein (blue arrow)

Surgical Approaches to Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous

upper lobe or involve the entire left lung. Similarly, in partial anomalous pulmonary venous connection, an isolated left pul-monary vein may connect to the innominate vein. The decision to repair an isolated left pulmonary vein to the left atrium is a balance of risk of subsequent PR-PVS and impact of residual shunt.

Diagnosis of Pulmonary Arterio-Venous Fistula and Persistent

Jul 08, 2008 congenital abnormalities, including anomalous pulmo-nary venous return, pulmonary atresia, tricuspid atresia, hypoplastic left ventricle, endocardial cushion defects, and tetralogy of Fallot.2,3 The PLCVC is a persistent remnant of a vessel that is present as an embryological counterpart of the normal right-sided cranial vena cava.

Anomalous pulmonary return bronchovascular anomalies (the

lous pulmonary venous drainage was found, with a common trunk entering the I.V.C. below the dia-phragm. After extracorporeal circulation had been started a high A.S.D. was found. The anomalous pul-monary trunk was divided and was long enough to be sutured directly into the left atrium behind the septum. TheA.S.D. was closed primarily. Following


Fig. 1. Pulmonary angiogram with normal blood flow to the right lung and complete occlusion of the left main pulmonary artery. Fig. 2. Thromboendarterectomy specimen removed from the left main pulmonary artery. the renal vein. Lymph nodes were not diseased. The patient was transferred to our medical center for further

Rare disease Multidetector CT of rare isolated partial

is rare and commonly involves anomalous drainage of the right upper pulmonary vein into the superior vena cava. Drainage from the left lung into the innominate vein is extremely rare (only 3% of patients). In this patient, both left pulmonary veins were draining in the innominate vein through an ascending vessel, the vertical vein. Sometimes

Pediatric Cardiology - Case Report

syndrome is an anomalous right pulmonary vein that drains part or the entire right lung into the inferior vena cava (IVC). Associated anomalies are variable and in-clude hypoplasia of the right lung, dextroposition of the heart, hypoplasia of the right pulmonary artery (RPA), and anomalous systemic arterial supply from

DGPK guideline: PAPVC

In partial anomalous pulmonary venous connection, one or more, but not all pulmonary veins drain directly either into a systemic vein or into the right atrium In 90% of cases the abnormal drainage is right-sided In 20% of pts. an entire lung (either right or left) is involved

Case in Point Unusual Congenital Pulmonary Anomaly in an

lung and cardiovascular disease. DISCUSSION Partial anomalous pulmonary venous return is a relatively uncommon con-genital anomaly, accounting for 0.5% to 1% of congenital heart disease.4,5 The characteristic abnormality is PAPVR of part of or the entire right lung to the IVC, either below the dia-phragm or at the junction of the IVC


Pulmonary 34 (pulmonary atresia, n = 19) Systemic 5 None 2 Biventricular 0 Pulmonary venous connection Supracardiac 17 Cardiac 9 Infracardiac 11 Mixed 4 Polysplenia (n = 9) Unbalanced CAVC 8 DORV 3 Outflow tract obstruction Pulmonary 4 (pulmonary atresia, n = 1) Systemic 4 None 0 Biventricular 1 Pulmonary venous connection Supracardiac 1

Agenesis of the Lung - Chest

anomalous pulmonary venous drainage seen in one of these patients has been previously observed. 4.u The primitive lung buds are fOrming at the fuurth week of embryonic life11.13 when the pulmonary venous system is changing from its early association with the systemic venous circulation to make connection with the left atrium.

Partial anomalous pulmonary venous drainage in patients

the pulmonary artery supplying lung with anomalous venous drainage will actually measure right atrial pres-sure. As the lobe in which the PAWP was measured was not recorded at the time of catheterization, we therefore compared the left atrial (LA) area, measured on CT, of those with a PAWP of ≤15 and >15 mm Hg. LA area was

Role of Magnetic Resonance Angiography in the Diagnosis of

whether they supplied a single lobe or entire lung (30% drained into the right upper lobe, and 18.1% supplied the right pulmonary artery). Additional findings during the scan included aneurysmal dilatation of a MAPCA to the right pulmonary artery (1), hypoplastic pulmonary artery branch (2), coincident pulmonary venous stenosis (1), anomalous

Re-Sheathing the Scimitar Syndrome

malous pulmonary venous drainage of the right, or less frequently, the left lung, into the inferior vena cava. The true incidence is unknown. The syndrome is named after the Turkish sword scimitar describing the radiogra- phic appearance of the anomalous vein. SS has two distinct presentations. The infant form is associated with

Scimitar Syndrome The Curved Turkish Sabre

Also, anomalous pulmonary venous drainage may involve a portion of or the entire lung. The anomalous pulmonary vein can also drain into the right atrium or the portal vein. 7 Incidence Pathology may be brieflydefined as a hypogenetic lung together with partial anomalous pulmonary venous connec-

Hemianomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection of the Left Lung

demonstrated normal drainage of the right pulmonary veins into the left atrium and the pulmonary veins of the left lung draining totally into the left vertical vein which emptied into the left brachiocephalic vein (Fig 1). During surgery, the entire left lung was seen draining into an anomalous vertical vein that was connected to the left

Surgical treatment of partial anomalous pulmonary venous

The anomalous venous drainage of the entire right lung or part of it into the inferior vena cava, known as the Cimitarra syndrome, will not be the object of our study. In this study we assessed the surgical results of the correction of the partial anomalous connection of pulmonary veins in superior vena cava by using the technique of


low the diaphragm. No pulmonary vein emptied into the left atrium. The systemic arteries arising from the abdominal aorta proximal to the origin of the celiac axis supplied theright lower lobe. In the fourth patient with anomalous pulmonary venous drainage, noright put-monaryarterywasdemonstrated atangio-cardiography. But theright lung was sup-