In our view any child who has an echocardiogram should have structural normality confirmed.

 

While neonatal echocardiographers may not need to precisely define the nature of a structural abnormality, they DO at least need to be able to appreciate that there IS an abnormality.

 

Therefore all infants should have a complete set of standard views carried out at their first echo.

 

The links on the right show a few common structural abnormalities seen in the newborn period.

 

We will add to the list over time, or feel free to email in your suggested diagnoses or images.

 

 

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Contributors: Dr Alan Groves & Govindpal S Kooner

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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