CHD With a Single Ventricle

What is a single ventricular defect? A single ventricular defect is congenital heart disease (CHD). It occurs when the patient has one ventricle instead of two, or the second pumping chamber is not large enough or not strong enough for correct operation. In some cases, the chamber may be missing a valve. Some aspects of […]

Origin of Acquired Heart Defects

There are many classifications of heart defects, one of which is the division into congenital and acquired. Below we will consider four key reasons for the formation of heart abnormalities in adults, and also answer the question of whether the appearance of acquired heart defects can be avoided. Heart disease is a pathology in which […]