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Table 1 Patient population characteristics

From: Comparison of 4D flow and 2D PC MRI blood flow quantification in children and young adults with congenital heart disease

PT# Age (yrs) Diagnosis
1 14 TOF, post repair
2 6 TOF, post repair
3 20 TOF, post repair
4 10 TOF, post repair
5 7 TOF, post repair
6 6 TOF, post repair
7 11 TOF/absent pulmonary valve, post repair
8 14 TOF, AVSD, post repair with RV to PA conduit, RPA stent
9 10 TOF/pulmonary atresia, post Rastelli and right unifocalization
10 11 TOF/pulmonary artresia, post repair with RV to PA conduit
11 5 TOF/pulmonary atresia, post bilateral unifocalization and RV to PA conduit
12 5 d-TGA post arterial switch
13 16 d-TGA post arterial switch
14 6 d-TGA post arterial switch
15 7 d-TGA post arterial switch
16 29 cc-TGA
17 28 BAV, post Ross
18 10 BAV, post Ross
19 16 Aortic coarctation, post subclavian flap repair
20 7 Severe unrepaired aortic coarctation
21 11 Ventricular ectopy
22 14 ASD, VSD post repair with pulmonary valve stenosis
23 12 VSD and pulmonary stenosis post repair, vascular ring
24 5 LV non-compaction
25 10 Truncus ateriosus, post repair with RV-PA conduit
26 20 d-TGA, tricuspid atresia, pulmonary stenosis, s/p lateral tunnel Fontan
27 21 DORV, mitral atresia, post fenestrated lateral Fontan
28 9 Pulmonary atresia, post Fantan
29 19 Williams syndrome and subaortic stenosis, post resection of subaortic fibrous ring
30 26 Castleman's syndrome and subaortic stenosis, post resection of subaortic fibrous ring
31 12 Mild hyoplasia of the distal transverse aortic arch
32 16 Heart murmur
  1. Abbreviation key: TOF, tetralogy of Fallot; AVSC, atrioventrincular septal defect; RV, right ventricle; PA, pulmonary artery; RPA, right pulmonary artery; d-TGA, d-transposition of the great arteries; cc-TGA, congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries; BAV, bicommisural aortic valve; ASD, atrial septal defect; VSD, ventricular septal defect; LV, left ventricle; DORV, double outlet right ventricle.