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Table 1 Showing clinical, ECG and echocardiographic characteristics of the cases

From: Congenitally corrected transposition of great arteries: a case series of five unoperated African children

Cases Echocardiography Electrocardiogram
Case Symptoms BMI
SP02
VSD
(size in mm)
TR
Severity
RV systolic function Great
Arteries
Septal wall
abnormalities
Electrocardiogram
Case 1
13 Yrs
Palpitation,
Exercise
intolerance
BMI: 18.37
SP02: 99%
Peri-membranous VSD (17 mm) Severe Severe Normal Yes Atrial fibrillation
Case 2
6 Yrs
Palpitation
Exercise
intolerance
BMI: 13.55
SP02: 98%
Inlet VSD (26 mm) None Normal Mild PS none Complete heart block/junctional escape rhythm
Case 3
3 Yrs
dyspnoea, diaphoresis BMI: 13.21
SP02: 96%
Inlet VSD (18 mm) Severe Normal Moderate PR None Junctional rhythm
Case 4
1 Yr 10 months
dyspnoea BMI:17.78
SP02: 92%
Peri-membranous
VSD (9 mm)
Moderate Normal Normal None Sinus rhythm
Case 5
8 Yrs
none BMI: 15.93
SP02: 97%
None Mild Normal Normal none pre-excitation
  1. Key: Bicuspid pulmonary valve with mild pulmonary stenosis (PS), mitral valve regurgitation (MR), pulmonary valve regurgitation (PR), Tricuspid valve regurgitation (TR), Years (Yrs)