Right-sided Aorta * Part I : Occurrence of Right Aortic Arch in Various Types of Congenital Heart Disease

@inproceedings{Dcruz2003RightsidedA,
  title={Right-sided Aorta * Part I : Occurrence of Right Aortic Arch in Various Types of Congenital Heart Disease},
  author={Ivan A. D'cruz and D'CRUZ and T. Cantez and ERNESTO P. NAMIN and R. La Licata and Richard J Hastreiter},
  year={2003}
}
The present report deals with the findings from a total of 116 children or young adults with a right aortic arch. In all these cases the aortic arch was specifically studied at necropsy or could be located from angiocardiography. The diagnosis of the associated congenital cardiovascular lesions was established by cardiac catheterization, angiocardiography, operation, or post-mortem examination. This study reviews the occurrence of a right-sided aortic arch in various congenital cardiac… CONTINUE READING

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