Ebstein anomaly is a rare defect in which the tricuspid valve, which prevents backflow of blood from the right ventricle into the right atrium, is deformed. The right side of the heart is where deoxygenated blood from the body is pumped into the lungs for oxygenation.
Our Approach to Ebstein Anomaly
UCSF provides comprehensive, highly specialized care for adults living with heart defects such as Ebstein anomaly. Our dedicated team of experts offers a wide array of services, including thorough medical evaluations, advanced treatments, long-term monitoring, and personalized recommendations on diet, exercise, psychosocial support and family planning.
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