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Membranous VSD with Aneurysm Tissue Closure


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Some defects in the conoventriclular septum diminish in size by the development of fibrous tissue at the margins of the defect coupled with adhesion by some components of the septal leaflet of the tricuspid valve. This process has been referred to as aneurysm formation, and this is generally a favorable sign that the ventricular septal defect is becoming progressively more restrictive to flow and may close spontaneously.

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