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The changes included thickening and enlargement of the left ventricle, which are considered indicators of possible future heart failure.
The tumor, which remains but hasn't grown, sits at the top of a brain ventricle.
In Jack's case, half of the chambers -- the left atrium and ventricle -- were underdeveloped and unable to pump blood.
This kind of heart rhythm, originating from the lower chambers, or ventricles, of the heart, is potentially life-threatening.
In a normal heart, the pulmonary artery carries unoxygenated blood from the right ventricle to the lungs to get oxygen.
His son, T.J., was born in 2012 with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, a complex congenital heart disease marked by an underdeveloped left ventricle and aorta that affects normal blood flow through the heart.
The motion called on the medical examiner to immediately draw blood from Williams' left and right femoral vein in the leg, left and right subclavian veins near the clavicle and left and right ventricles of the heart.
The residents raced through the layers of images, as if thumbing through a flipbook, calling out the names of the anatomical structures: cerebellum, hippocampus, insular cortex, striatum, corpus callosum, ventricles.
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