congenital malformations that have been partially corrected or repair but which still require medical treatment - code to condition; other postprocedural states (Z); personal history of medical treatment (Z); presence of cardiac and vascular implants and grafts (Z); presence of other devices (Z); presence of other functional implants (Z); transplanted organ and tissue. Abstract Purpose: Congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries (CC-TGA) is a complex form of congenital heart defect with numerous anatomic subgroups. The majority of patients with CC-TGA are excellent candidates for a double-switch procedure.
Congenitally Corrected Transposition C-TGA is a rare anomaly and comprises Cited by: Dec 25, · Because the morphologic right ventricle is on the left, and the morphologic left ventricle is on the right, this lesion is also sometimes called ventricular inversion. The most recent adult congenital heart disease (ACHD) guidelines use the term congenitally corrected TGA (CC-TGA).
"the adult with congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries: (cc-tga or l-tga)." Color Atlas and Synopsis of Adult Congenital Heart Disease Daniels CJ, Zaidi AN. Daniels C.J., & Zaidi A.N.(Eds.), Eds. Curt J. Daniels, and Ali N. Zaidi. Congenitally corrected transposition of the great vessels (CCTGA; l-TGA) is an uncommon congenital heart abnormality, occurring in % of the population. In CCTGA, the receiving chambers (atria) are connected to their opposite pumping chambers (ventricles) because the ventricles are switched from their normal anatomic positions.
A year-old patient developed a symptomatic pericardial effusion 3 weeks after placement of an automatic implantable cardioversion device and a biventricular pacemaker with an epicardial ventricular lead. His medical history included congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries (CC-TGA) and chronic congestive heart failure.