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Table 4 Summary of literature about PLSVC and accompanying CA

From: Persistent left superior vena cava: clinical importance and differential diagnoses

Name of the author Reported findings of PLSVC and associated CA
Perles et al. [1] The most common groups of anomalies associated with PLSVC (Based on odds ratio) AVSD, CTMs, LOLs
Nagasawa et al. [6] The highest incidence group of cardiac anomalies according to PLSVC index CoA and DORV
Lendzidan et al. [14] The most common cardiac anomalies associated with PLSVC Single ventricle, AVSD, TOF
Ari et al. [12] The most common cyanotic heart diseases associated with PLSVC DORV and TOF
The most common acyanotic heart diseases associated with PLSVC ASD and PDA
Berg et al. [13] The most common concomitant anomalies in patients with heterotaxy and PLSVC AVSD, RVOTO, DORV
The most common concomitant anomalies in patients with PLSVC, without heterotaxy VSD and CoA
Oztunc et al. [16] The most common anomalies with PLSVC drained into the right atrium TOF and PS
The most common anomalies with PLSVC drained into the left atrium Tricuspid atresia, TGA, situs anomalies
  1. PLSVC persistent left superior vena cava, CA cardiac anomaly, AVSD atrioventricular septal defect, CTMs conotruncal malformations, LOLs left-sided obstructive lesions, CoA coarctation of the aorta, DORV double outlet right ventricle, TOF tetralogy of fallot, ASD atrial septal defect, PDA patent ductus arteriosus, RVOTO right ventricular outflow tract obstruction, VSD ventricular septal defect, PS pulmonary stenosis, TGA transposition of great arteries