tetralogy

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tetralogy

1. a series of four related works, as in drama or opera
2. (in ancient Greece) a group of four dramas, the first three tragic and the last satiric
3. Pathol a group of four symptoms present in one disorder, esp Fallot's tetralogy
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Right ventricular outflow tract reconstruction using Contegra(r) conduit in Tetrology of Fallot: single centre experience.
Ven- tricular septal defect and Tetrology of Fallots are the commonest among acynotic and cyanotic congenital heart disease respectively.
A child with unrepaired Tetrology of Fallot has an oxygen saturation of 85% when asleep and 80% when eating.
However, a spirit of democracy can be found in Shakespeare's British history plays, especially the military drama Henry V in the major tetrology. The interesting point about that play is that Shakespeare ignores the unique force of English longbowmen which historians acknowledge won the battle at Agincourt, implying instead that the battle on St.
Elizabeth said: "Peter was born with a condition called tetrology of fallots, which is a faulty valve in his heart.
No sooner had Amsterdam's Muziektheater completed its cycles of Wagner's famed tetrology this spring, for example, than it moved on to San Francisco for retelling during June and July.
However, I would say that if it stands alone, it also illumes the tetrology.
The patient herself is able to provide a partial history of congenital heart problems with multiple corrective cardiac surgeries, later identified as repair of tetrology of Falot as a child and a more recent pacemaker placement (3 years ago).
The second introduces Vridar Hunter, an autobiographical figure who becomes the center of a tetrology: In Tragic Life (1932; published also as I See No Sin, 1934, and The Wild Ones, 1938); Passions Spin the Plot (1934); We Are Betrayed (1935); and No Villain Need Be (1936).
* Cardiovascular system--Ventricular septal defect and tetrology of fallot constitute half of the cardiac anomalies and no single characteristic cardiac lesion can be attributed to this syndrome.
VSDs and Tetrology can be treated in time and these children can become useful members in the community.