Transhepatic, transseptal, anterograde balloon angioplasty for recurrent neonatal coarctation.

@article{Pulver2007TranshepaticTA,
  title={Transhepatic, transseptal, anterograde balloon angioplasty for recurrent neonatal coarctation.},
  author={Aaron F Pulver and Collin G Cowley},
  journal={Congenital heart disease},
  year={2007},
  volume={2 6},
  pages={438-41}
}
Transhepatic cardiac catheterization is useful in patients in whom more conventional routes of access are no longer patent or associated with undesirable risks. We describe our success in performing transhepatic, transeptal, anterograde balloon angioplasty without complication in a 1.6 kg neonate with recurrent aortic coarctation and femoral venous… CONTINUE READING