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Atrial Septal Defect Pathophysiology

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CANOA: Fewer Migraines With Clopidogrel Plus Aspirin Post-ASD Closure
ORLANDO, FL—Three months of clopidogrel on top of aspirin appears to reduce the number and severity of migraines following atrial septal defect (ASD) closure, a new study suggests.
Antidepressant Birth Defect Risk Limited to Paxil and Prozac
He pointed out that atrial septal defects will resolve themselves without any treatment and while anencephaly is very serious, it was only found in a small number of cases in the study.
Preeclampsia increases risk of heart defects in infants
The most frequent heart defects were non-critical, such as septal defects, characterized by a hole in the wall separating the ventricles or atria of the heart and causing blood flow problems. "The absolute risk of congenital heart defects is low.
Genetics of congenital heart disease: the contribution of the noncoding
Likewise, a similar approach by the same group identified one locus on 4p16 highly associated with secundum atrial septal defect that likely involves noncoding variants that lower the expression of an unknown gene (LOC100507266).
Tachypnoea in a Well Baby: What to Do Next?
It is not uncommon to see babies in clinic who have been referred because they are persistently tachypnoeic.

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