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7-3) Chromosomal finding: Ninety-five percent of infants with Down syndrome have full trisomy 21 due to nondisjunction. Around 2% infants have mosaic pattern with one trisomy 21 cell line and one normal cell line. Another 3% infants have translocation of the chromosome 21. Cardiac abnormalities: They are found in 40 to 50% cases. In order of frequencies, they are endocardial cushion defect, VSD and ASD. Uncommonly, TOF and TGA may be found. Interestingly, cardiac involvements are more common in babies with trisomy 21 born to older mother than to younger mother.
0 * One point for each characteristic considerable predictive value regarding acute myocardial infarction in acute chest pain with a nonspecific ECG (Table 3-4). Pericardial Pain Major part of pericardium is pain insensitive. Pain due to pericarditis is due to adjacent pleural involvement. Pain may radiate to neck, shoulder or back. Most commonly, it is retrosternal, aggravated by coughing, deep breathing and change in posture, all of which cause pleural movement. Sitting upright and leaning forward relieve pain.
3 A Triad: Cardinal Symptoms in Cardiovascular System Dyspnea, palpitation and chest pain are the most important cardinal symptoms in cardiovascular system. Dyspnea Definition Dyspnea is a term used to characterize a subjective experience of breathing discomfort that consists of qualitatively distinct sensations that vary in intensity. In simple word, dyspnea is abnormally uncomfortable awareness of one’s own breathing. Physiologic Components of Dyspnea Mechanoreceptors (respiratory muscles).