To document the clinical spectrum and outcomes of fetal DORV without heterotaxy in a recent diagnostic era.
Prenatal cases of DORV consecutively diagnosed from 2007-2018 were retrospectively identified. Clinical records, including details regarding genetic testing and pre and postnatal imaging were reviewed.
DORV was diagnosed in 99 fetuses without heterotaxy. The most common anatomic subtype was subaortic ventricular septal defect (VSD) and normally related great arteries with (n=45,45%) or without (n=13,13%) pulmonary stenosis. The remainder had a subpulmonic VSD with transposed great arteries (n=15,15%), atrioventricular valve atresia (n=24,24%), or remote VSD (n=2, 2%). A genetic diagnosis was found in 32(34%) of 93 tested. Major extracardiac anomalies were found in 40(40%), including 17/24(71%) with and 22/69(32%) without an abnormal karyotype, with VACTERL association in 9. Genetic and/or extracardiac pathology was identified in 64%(37/58) with a subaortic VSD, 5/15(33%) with a subpulmonic VSD, 9/24(38%) of those with AV valve atresia and 2/2(100%) with a remote VSD. A genetic abnormality was a significant predictor of fetal demise (9/37vs1/62 p<0.01) or pregnancy termination (12/35vs9/64 p=0.03).
Fetal DORV is associated with a high rate of genetic abnormalities and extracardiac pathology. The presence of genetic abnormalities impacts prenatal outcomes and parental decision-making. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

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