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  • Tricuspid Atresia for Parents


    Tricuspid atresia is a congenital heart defect. A baby born with tricuspid atresia often has serious symptoms soon after birth because blood flow to the lungs is much less than normal.

  • Heart Conditions - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents


    Health problems that can affect the heart.

  • Single Ventricle Defects for Parents


    Usually, a heart has two working ventricles (pumping chambers). Having a single ventricle means that only one of the two ventricles works well enough to pump blood.

  • Words to Know (Heart Glossary) for Parents


    A guide to medical terms about the heart and circulatory system. In an easy A-Z format, find definitions on heart defects, heart conditions, treatments, and more.

  • Heart & Blood Vessels - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents


    Learn about conditions that may affect the heart and circulatory system.

  • Words to Know (Heart Glossary) for Kids


    Your heart beats and sends blood all around your body. Find out more about the heart, from A to Z, in this glossary.

  • Ebstein Anomaly for Parents


    Ebstein anomaly is a rare heart defect that affects the tricuspid valve. It can cause problems that range from very mild to very serious.

  • Heart Health Content List - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents


    Are you heart smart? Learn more about this amazing muscle, including how to care for kids with heart conditions.

  • Fetal Echocardiogram for Parents


    A fetal echocardiogram (also called a fetal echo) uses sound waves to create pictures of an unborn baby's heart.

  • Fetal Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Fetal MRI) for Parents


    Fetal magnetic resonance imaging (also called a fetal MRI) uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed pictures of an unborn baby.