Surgical Repair of Congenital Mitral Valve Disease in Infancy and Childhood
Although common atrioventricular canal and mitral insufficiency associated with other congenital heart diseases occupy a small percentage of congenital heart diseases in infancy and childhood, mitral regurgitation can be life-threatening and may require surgical repair.
KeywordsMitral Valve Congenital Heart Disease Mitral Regurgitation Surgical Repair Mitral Valve Replacement
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