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=== Case report ===
 
=== Case report ===
 
=== Introduction ===
 
=== Introduction ===
[[File:20. Wilhelm Ebstein.jpg|thumb|right|Figure 20. Wilhelm Ebstein (1836 – 1912).]]
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[[File:20. Wilhelm Ebstein.jpg|thumb|left|Figure 20. Wilhelm Ebstein (1836 – 1912).]]
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[[File:20. 21. Ebstein.PNG|thumb|right|Figure 21. Schematic drawing showing Ebstein’s anomaly of the tricuspid valve. Left: normal heart with openend right ventricle. Right: Ebstein’s anomaly with displacement of the septal and posterior tricuspid leaflet, leading to atrialisation of a significant part of the right ventricle.]]
 
Ebsteins anomaly, named after Wilhelm Ebstein (1836 – 1912) (Figure 20) is a congenital heart defect of the morphological tricuspid valve. The prevalence of Ebstein's anomaly is about 1 in 50.000 – 200.000 with a similar incidence in both males and females.
 
Ebsteins anomaly, named after Wilhelm Ebstein (1836 – 1912) (Figure 20) is a congenital heart defect of the morphological tricuspid valve. The prevalence of Ebstein's anomaly is about 1 in 50.000 – 200.000 with a similar incidence in both males and females.
  
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