Corrected transposition of the great arteries: late clinical presentation, in the fifth decade of life.

Abstract

The corrected transposition of the great arteries, rare congenital cardiopathy, is related to the largest incidence of cardiological complications. We report a case in which the clinical presentation of the disease occurred in the fifth decade of life, with tricuspid insufficiency, occasion that the patient was submitted to valvar replacement.

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@article{Oliveira2008CorrectedTO, title={Corrected transposition of the great arteries: late clinical presentation, in the fifth decade of life.}, author={Roger Pereira de Oliveira and Panayotis Agorianitis and Ronaldo Vegni and Gustavo Freitas Nobre and Marcelo Kalichsztein and Jos{\'e} Kezen}, journal={Arquivos brasileiros de cardiologia}, year={2008}, volume={91 4}, pages={e43-5, e35-7} }