The mid-century revolution in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery: Part 5.
- A P Naef
- Interactive cardiovascular and thoracic surgery
We report the case of a 79-y-old male with Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) who underwent Brock's procedure in his twenties and has survived event-free. Brock's procedure, which entailed infundibular resection and pulmonary valvotomy, has been associated with complications including the need for re-operation, pulmonary regurgitation, and biventricular failure.