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I have Pulmonary Tricuspid Artresia

Can you describe this condition accurately? 10 pts for correct answer!? OK, I have Pulmonary Tricuspid Artresia, its VERY rare, includin me less than ten people have this condition. If you can accuratly describe this condition i will rewad you with ten points. P.S. I know the statistics seem extreme, yet they are the statistics the doctors have told me. So if you do no believe me, please do not respond to this question or try to prove me wrong. Thanks! Oops! i meant atresia not artresia. And there is One REALLY good answer so far. FYI, I actually know what the problem is, I just wanted to see how many correct answers I would/will recieve. Yet another edit, lol, for additional information I ve had six open and closed heart surgeries since I was born. I also have catherizations every six months.
Asked On : Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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Hi welcome to Healthcaremagic

Hi Jian, the tricuspid atrisia, is a congenital heart disorder,.. condition in which the there will be no opening in the tricuspid valve and the vale will be closed, this will lead to non closure of foramen ovale and shunting of blood into the left atrium.. and impure blood pumped throughout the heat... the treatment is Surgery... valve replacement is the only treatment available...
Hope I have answered your question..

Answered: Wed, 14 Sep 2011
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