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In this abnormality both atriums are connected to the Left
Ventricle. Usually there is a small (hypoplastic) right ventricle
(RV), which may be on the opposite side of the heart to the usual
(as in "
Corrected Transposition"). The arteries usually arise with the
aorta from the RV and the pulmonary artery from the LV
Other cardiac defects are often present (e.g. Pulmonary Stenosis
or Atresia; Coarctation of the aorta).