PMID: 8518070May 1, 1993Paper

Hypoplastic left heart syndrome with right aortic arch in a newborn

British Heart Journal
M R ChenB F Chen


A patient with the rare combination of a right-sided aortic arch in hypoplastic left heart syndrome with an incomplete vascular ring is described.


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