[The youngest case of isolated interruption of the aortic arch without associated cardiac anomalies].

Abstract

A five-month-old girl was admitted to our institute because of the systolic blood pressure gradient of 42 mmHg between upper and lower extremities. Cineangiography revealed that the brachiocephalic artery originated from ascending aorta, while the left subclavian and left vertebral arteries took their origin from the descending aorta. However, the left… (More)

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@article{Uchita1994TheYC, title={[The youngest case of isolated interruption of the aortic arch without associated cardiac anomalies].}, author={Shunji Uchita and Yutaka Imai and Shinichi Hoshino and Kazuyuki Ishihara and Kazuo Sawatari}, journal={[Zasshi] [Journal]. Nihon Kyobu Geka Gakkai}, year={1994}, volume={42 1}, pages={139-43} }