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Uhl anomaly was first described in 1952Uhl HSM. A previously undescribed congenital malformation of the heart: almost total absence of the myocardium of the right ventricle. Bull Johns Hopkins Hosp. 1952;91:197–205. . It is a very seldom (lesser than 100 cases since 1993) congenital heart disease with a partial or total loss of the myocard muscle in the righter ventricle.
Fetal echocardiographic findingsThree findings are enlarged right ventricular cavity without apical trabeculation with a thin hypokenetic ventricular wall D. Cardaropoli, M. G. Russo, D. Paladini, C. Pisacane, S. Caputo, P. Giliberti, R. Calabrò Prenatal echocardiography in a case of Uhl's anomaly Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume 27, Issue 6, Date: June 2006, Pages: 713-714.
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