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The 45[degrees] right anterior oblique view clearly showed an RSVA. The base of the defect was 14 mm in diameter and irregular, and extended into the right ventricular outflow tract [Figure 1].
There are currently no dedicated occluders for the treatment of RSVA, and PDA occluders are commonly used for this condition.
The criteria for percutaneous closure of RSVA are as follows: 1) left to right shunt > 1.5, 2) right ventricle volume overload (right ventricle diameter >1.5cm/[m.sup.2]), 3) margin of the defect at least 5mm from the right coronary ostia, 4) past history of infective endocarditis (4, 5).