A series of illustrations for a research article published in Structural Heart reviewing the anatomy of the heart’s conduction system in the proximity of structural heart disease defects. The illustrations demonstrate how the anatomy in individuals with certain atrial and ventricular septal defects has clinical significance: undergoing percutaneous interventions can contribute to risk of developing inadvertent conduction disturbances.
These illustrations explore a number of anatomical considerations and serve as a lead-in to the discussion of emerging strategies to address complications caused by procedures in this population.
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