Double inlet left ventricular main chamber, subaortic small left sided right ventricle and interrupted aortic arch type A. What operation is indicated when?

@article{Schmid1987DoubleIL,
  title={Double inlet left ventricular main chamber, subaortic small left sided right ventricle and interrupted aortic arch type A. What operation is indicated when?},
  author={F. Schmid and H. Jakob and M. Dahm and M. Elgindi and H. C. Kallfelz and H. Oelert},
  journal={The Thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon},
  year={1987},
  volume={35 Spec No 2},
  pages={
          151-5
        }
}
A case of a 23 year old female patient who suffered from the complex congenital heart lesion of a double inlet left ventricular main chamber, subaortic small left sided right ventricle and interrupted aortic arch type A is reported. With equally high blood pressures, the perfusion in the upper half of the body was maintained through the ascending aorta while the lower half and the lungs were supplied through the pulmonary artery and a patent ductus arteriosus (PDA). Angiographically, the bulbo… Expand