Tetralogy of Fallot is a combination of four heart defects. It includes pulmonary stenosis; a thickened right ventricle (known as ventricular hypertrophy); a hole between the lower chambers (known as a VSD); and an aorta that can receive blood from both the left and right ventricles, instead of draining to the left.
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