Letter by Loomba et al Regarding Article, “Disharmonious Patterns of Heterotaxy and Isomerism: How Often Are the Classic Patterns Breached?”
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To the Editor:
Yim et al1 are to be congratulated on demonstrating the number of instances in the setting of so-called heterotaxy in which there is discordance between the various systems of bodily organs. There are, however, certain flaws in their own investigation and discussion. In the first place, they suggest that it is not always logical to categorize cases into right or left isomerism based on the morphology of the appendages. They offer no explanation, however, as to where they find the lack of logic. It would seem that this reflects their lack of …