Adult congenital heart disease: right ventricular outflow tract lesions.

  title={Adult congenital heart disease: right ventricular outflow tract lesions.},
  author={Thomas M. Bashore},
  volume={115 14},
It has variably been estimated that between 800 000 and 1 million patients with congenital heart disease are now adults and that by 2010 more patients older than 16 years will undergo surgery for congenital heart disease than those younger than 16 years.1 This review will focus on the clinical aspects of identifying and caring for the portion of the unique population that have right ventricular (RV) outflow tract lesions. 


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