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Answer 6
  1. Cor triloculare biventriculare, single atrium is hemodynamically similar to atrial septal defect. Cor triloculare biventriculare is a rare form of congenital heart disease that presents similarly to a large atrial septal defect, with mild tachypnea, cyanosis, and clubbing of the fingers and toes. In patients with cor triloculare biventriculare, electrocardiography demonstrates a superior QRS axis. Echocardiography is diagnostic.

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