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Table 4 The proportion of men with CHD who had fathered a child

From: Congenital heart disease in men – birth characteristics and reproduction: a national cohort study

Diagnosis Counta % P-valueb
Complex    
Truncus arteriosus 1 4.0 0.036
Transposition of the great arteries 26 15.5 0.072
Tetralogy of Fallot 29 17.4 0.232
Single ventricle 7 20.6 0.937
Simple    
Ventricular septal defect 103 13.2 <0.001
Atrial septal defect 84 15.7 0.002
Endocardial cushion-defect - atrioventricular septal defect 12 11.1 0.011
Triscupid valve defect 10 13.2 0.088
Mitral valve defect 19 14.1 0.044
Pulmonary valve defect 46 17.5 <0.001
Congenital valve stenosis 43 17.6 0.178
Other heart defects 36 13.4 0.002
Congenital aortic insufficiency 58 17.5 0.101
Patent arterial duct 39 11.1 <0.001
Coarctation of the aorta 51 19.2 0.449
Other anomalies of the aorta 17 16.5 0.249
Anomalies of the pulmonary artery 12 13.6 0.085
Anomalies of the great veins 22 18.5 0.478
Non-specified anomalies of the heart or great vessels 69 15.4 <0.001
Total 415 15.4 <0.001
  1. aEach person may have more than one CHD diagnosis.
  2. bCompared to all other men in the study cohort.