Posterior D-transposition of the great arteries with an unusual form of aortic obstruction
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An unusual case of posterior transposition of the great arteries, with previously underscribed aortic obstruction is described. The patient, who underwent an arterial switch operation, was found at surgery to have a mass of myxomatous tissue arising from the tricuspid valve. This finding was responsible for the hemodynamically significant aortic stenosis.
Key WordsPosterior transpostion Aortic obstruction Arterial switch procedure Tricuspid valve abnormality
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