Khoury, George H.; Gilbert, Enid F.
March 1970
Angiology;Mar1970, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p143
Academic Journal
Two cases with Taussig-Bing malformation with severe coarctation of the aorta have been described. In both cases the ventricular septal defect was related mainly to the pulmonary valve. The coarctation was preductal and consisted of a long segment with moderately severe hypoplasia of the aortic arch. Angiography is necessary to outline the different anatomical variables associated with the anomaly. The anatomical peculiarities of this condition indicate that the most successful surgical approach will be similar to that used in complete transposition of the great vessels.


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