Medical Definition of Atrial ventricular canal defect

1. A defect caused by deficient or absent septal tissue immediately above and below the normal level of the atrioventricular valves, including the region normally occupied by the A-V septum in hearts with two ventricles. The A-V valves are abnormal to a varying degree. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Atrial Ventricular Canal Defect

atrial gallop
atrial granule serine proteinase
atrial myxoma
atrial natriuretic factor
atrial natriuretic peptide
atrial premature complexes
atrial premature contraction
atrial septum
atrial sound
atrial synchronous pulse generator
atrial systole
atrial tachycardia
atrial transport function
atrial triggered pulse generator
atrial ventricular canal defect (current term)
atrichous
atride
atrin
atrine
atrio-
atrioactivase
atriocarotid interval
atriomegaly
atrionector
atriopeptin
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