One‐Stage Surgical Correction of Congenital Tracheal Stenosis Complicated with Congenital Heart Disease in Infants and Young Children

@article{Xue2015OneStageSC,
  title={One‐Stage Surgical Correction of Congenital Tracheal Stenosis Complicated with Congenital Heart Disease in Infants and Young Children},
  author={Bangde Xue and Beibei Liang and Shun-ming Wang and Limin Zhu and Zhaohui Lu and Z. Xu},
  journal={Journal of Cardiac Surgery},
  year={2015},
  volume={30}
}
Although the outcome of surgical treatment of congenital tracheal stenosis (CTS) has improved, surgical intervention for these patients, especially for those with associated congenital heart disease (CHD) remains challenging. In this report, we summarized our experience with these defects. 
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