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Table 1 Diagnostic information for patients included in this study

From: Inflow-weighted pulmonary perfusion: comparison between dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI versus perfusion scintigraphy in complex pulmonary circulation

Patient Age Sex Diagnosis Surgery PS L% (%)
1 9 y M TOF   97.3
2 6 y M TOF Repair 0.0
3 3 y F TOF   33.9
4 2 y F Complex CHD, FSV Hemi-Fontan 65.2
4 2 y F Complex CHD, FSV Hemi-Fontan 21.2
5 4 y M Complex CHD, FSV Hemi-Fontan 60.3
5 4 y M Complex CHD, FSV Hemi-Fontan 1.5
6 8 y M Complex CHD, FSV Fontan 82.5
6 8 y M Complex CHD, FSV Fontan 13.6
7 8 y F Complex CHD, FSV Fontan 68.2
7 8 y F Complex CHD, FSV Fontan 1.1
8 32 y F Sequestration spectrum   43.7
9 3 m F Sequestration spectrum   29.2
10 44 y F Sequestration spectrum   38.4
11 61 y F Swyer-James   7.9
12 74 y M Swyer-James   68.4
13 18 m M TAPVR Repair 7.3
14 17 y M PAPVR   98.5
15 60 y M Lung cancer   28.9
16 27 y M Pulmonary hypertension Rt lung transplantation 30
17 77 y M PDA   42.2
18 12 y M VSD PPS Repair 56.1
19 2 y F VSD Repair 52.8
20 3 m M Hypogenetic lung syndrome   72.5
21 71 y F Pulmonary thromboembolism   32.7
22 5 m F Sequestration spectrum + PPS   81.6
  1. Note – TOF: tetralogy of Fallot, CHD: congenital heart disease, FSV: functional single ventricle, TAPVR: total anomalous pulmonary venous return, PAPVR: partial anomalous pulmonary venous return, PDA: patent ductus arteriosus, VSD: ventricular septal defect, PPS: peripheral pulmonary stenosis.
  2. PS L% (%), percentage of left lung perfusion by Tc99m-MAA perfusion scintigraphy.