Congenital Heart Valve Program
Tricuspid Valve Disease
The most common form of complex tricuspid valve disease is associated with Ebstein's anomaly. These patients are also often diagnosed in the fetal period and decisions are made within our multidisciplinary team approach as to which forms are treated surgically. Some patients with Ebstein's anomaly do not require surgical intervention until their adult years and are followed by our BACH service. There are other forms of non-Ebstein's associated tricuspid valve disease.