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Cervical aortic arch with aortic obstruction: report of two cases.
  1. R Tiraboschi,
  2. G Crupi,
  3. G Locatelli,
  4. S Y Ho,
  5. L Parenzan

    Abstract

    The occurrence of aortic obstruction in patients with cervical arch is very rare. The clinical and angiocardiographic findings of two patients with this combination of defects are presented. One of these patients, in whom tricuspid atresia with reduced pulmonary blood flow was also present, had a successful resection of the obstruction together with construction of a Waterston shunt.

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