114f – Fontan

Surgical Repair: Oxygen-poor blood coming back from the bottom half of the body is diverted directly into the lungs with a conduit that connects to the innominate vein which flows into the SVC.

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114k – KAWASHIMA

The shunt from the Norwood is removed. A portion of the returning blood is diverted directly into the lungs (SVC–including from the hemiazygos vein–to the Pulmonary Arteries).

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112f – Fontan

Surgical Repair: Oxygen-poor blood coming back from the bottom half of the body is diverted directly into the lungs with a conduit instead of flowing back into the heart before going to the lungs. Fenestration.

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112g – bi-directional Glenn

Tweet(See Normal Heart Image for comparison) Click image to see download options from Flickr: (Click here to see this heart BEFORE the Glenn procedure ORafter the Fontan procedure) Glenn Procedure – 1- The lower section of the pulmonary artery (that should carry oxygen-poor blood into the heart) is removed. 2- Oxygen-poor blood coming back from the top half of the body is diverted directly into the lungs instead of flowing back into the heart before going to the lungs.

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84R – (external) Fontan

Surgical Repair: Oxygen-poor blood coming back from the bottom half of the body is diverted directly into the lungs with a conduit instead of flowing back into the heart before going to the lungs.

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