PMID: 9768958Oct 13, 1998

Absent aortic valve: successful palliation in the neonate

The Annals of Thoracic Surgery
Y HaradaS Yasukouchi


A successful palliation of a neonate with absent aortic valve in hypoplastic left heart syndrome is reported.


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Aortic Valve Structure
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