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Describe PS with VSD in Tetralogy of Fallot's ?

This group is also known as Tetralogy of Fallot's physiology. The classic example is Fallot's tetralogy characterized by: (1) Severe PS (Right ventricular outflow tract obstruction) both sub-valvular and valvular, (2) Large unrestrictive VSD, (3) Overriding of Aorta, and (4) Right ventricular hypertrophy.

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Figure: Pulmonary stenosis with VSD

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