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Paulina Kordjalik and Maria Respondek-Liberska

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Congenital anomalies of development are an important issue in terms of both medical and social problems. In Poland in the years 2004-2012, an increase of detection of congenital heart defects in the form of HLHS (in 2004 - 22 fetuses, in 2006 - 38 fetuses, in 2008 - 66 fetuses, in 2010 - 69, in 2012 - 79 fetuses was observed). In 2012, the Nationwide Registry of Fetal Cardiac Pathology in the form of heart defect HLHS occupied first place among the most frequently detected heart defects, 10.2% of all registered patients with heart defects.

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Paulina Kordjalik, Zdzisław Tobota and Maria Respondek-Liberska

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Introduction: Analysis have been subjected to evaluate standard data reports from the Polish National Prenatal Cardiac Pathology Registry from the year 2016, compared to previous years. Material and methods: The methodology of this work was comparison of the data from previous years that have been published in the Prenatal Cardiology and records generated in www. orpkp.pl from the year 2016. The total number of records entered in the Registry in the year 2016 was n=774. Results: Top 10 most common prenatal CHD in 2016 were such as follow: HLHS, AVSD, VSD, d-TGA, TOF, AvS, muscular VSD, Aberrant origin R subclavian artery, RAA, CoA. In the centers Lodz and Krakow the most common prenatal congenital heart defects were severe CHD requiring surgery in 1 st month of life. In the contrast, in Warsaw the first place was taken by a “critical heart defects” regardless whether cardiac surgery was planned in first week (contemporary definition of prenatal critical heart defects) or first month - contemporary definition of severe planned heart defects of postnatal life. Conclusion: The fact that in 2016 most common cause of referrals to targeted the fetal chocardiography was abnormal, large vessels view and not the abnormal 4 chamber view of the heart, suggests more and better training of hysicians performing the screening or basic study of fetal heart in Poland.

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Paulina Kordjalik, Maria Respondek-Liberska, Maciej Słodki, Zdzisław Tobota, Beata Radzymińska-Chruściel, Aldona Siwińska, Agata Włoch and Joanna Szymkiewicz-Dangel

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Prenatal cardiologists for councelling, most often are using both terminology and data from pediatric cardiology, which is a population of different age.

As there is lack in polish literature data about pulmonary stenosis in prenatal population, we retrospectively evaluated our data from National Registry of Cardiac Problems in Fetuses.

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Paulina Kordjalik, Beata Radzymińska-Chruściel, Maciej Słodki, Agata Włoch, Joanna Szymkiewicz-Dangel, Maria Respondek-Liberska and Zdzisław Tobota

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As in every year since 2004, we analyzed data from the Polish National Registry for Fetal Cardiac Pathology to follow actual trends in types of congenital heart disease (CHD) and to assess the development of prenatal cardiology in Poland. Overall, the most frequent cardiac malformation detected prenatally in 2013 -2014, similar to the previous years, was hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS). The average age of the examined fetuses was unchanged and remained above 20 weeks of gestation. An increased trend of detecting other cardiac malformations, such as transposition of the great arteries (d-TGA) and aortic stenosis (AS), and the predominance of vaginal deliveries over cesarean deliveries suggested significant improvements in prenatal and perinatal care in Poland.