PMID: 1157548Sep 1, 1975

Double outlet right ventricle with absent aortic valve

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W H ToewsL L Kelminson

Abstract

A case of double outlet right ventricle with multiple associated cardiovascular anomalies, including total absence of the aortic valve, is reported.

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