|Ventricular Septal Defect|
The ventricular septal defect is the most common of all congenital heart anomalies. It may be caused by any of the four malformations:
In the case of a VSD there is a massive left to right shunting of blood and pulmonary hypertension. The absence of the interventricular septum results in a Common Ventricle.
|John A. McNulty||Last Updated: April 14, 1996|
Created: September 25, 1995