This is a rare congenital defect of dogs and cats that results in right to left shunting blood. Tetralogy of Fallot consists of a subaortic VSD (usually large), right ventricular outflow obstruction, dextropositioned (overriding) aorta and secondary r ventricular hypertrophy. In some severe forms there is pulmonary artery hypoplasia or atresia.




TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: Aetiology

TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: Pathophysiology

TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: History and clinical signs

TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: ECG

TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: Radiography

TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: Angiography

TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: Echocardiography

TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: Treatment

TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: Prognosis


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