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Patient EducationAug | 14 | 2019
In some cases, Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) can be diagnosed prenatally (during pregnancy). After birth, a baby might have a heart murmur, lower levels of oxygen in the blood or an abnormal chest X-ray.
The doctor might use one or more of the following tests for TOF:
Surgery is the only treatment for Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF). Most children will need to have surgery around 4-8 months of age. Some children need just one surgery. Others might need more than one.
The Pediatric Cardiology team will help guide you through your child’s specific care plan.
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