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Single ventricle defects occur within the first eight weeks of a baby’s development, when the heart is first formed. Most of the time, these types of heart defects occur with no clear reason. Some congenital heart defects may have a genetic link, causing heart problems to occur more often in certain families.
In most cases, the symptoms of single ventricular defects are usually noted shortly after birth. The most common include:
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