Are you sure it isn't "interatrial Septal Redundancy"? The septal wall separates the left and right atria, the upper chambers of the heart. As the heart develops in a fetus, the septal wall grows and eventually seals and separates the left and right chambers. I THINK in your case as well as mine, the septal wall doesnt seal completely up, but overlaps like a pair of sliding doors. It'd not normal, but it's nothing that needs correcting.