Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) – Symptoms, Signs | Pediatric Oncall
Last Updated : 1/11/2010
N C Joshi
cyanosis, squatting and cyanotic spells

Physical Examination:
- Cyanosis and Clubbing
- RV tap (Lower Left Sternal Border)
- S2 single
- Intensity of the Systolic murmur depends on the degree of obstruction

A long SEM at the middle and upper LSB and a loud, single S2 are characteristic auscultatory findings of TOF.

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N C Joshi
Consultant Pediatrician, Nanavati Hospital, Mumbai, India

First Created : 1/8/2001
Last Updated : 1/11/2010


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