Mauck Jr., H. Page; Youker, James; Lester, Richard G.; Martin, Carolyn; McCue, Carolyn
July 1963
Angiology;Jul1963, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p362
Academic Journal
A case of complete interruption of the aortic arch is reported. Early recognition of this potentially curable lesion is necessary. Selective left atrial cardioangiography appears to be the technique of choice in diagnosing the defect and precisely defining the anatomy.


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