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Ductal arteriosus aneurysm, right aortic arch, and isolated left subclavian artery in a neonate



Ductal arteriosus aneurysm, right aortic arch, and isolated left subclavian artery in a neonate



Congenital Heart Disease 4(3): 187-189



Ductal arteriosus aneurysm (DAA) is a well-recognized condition, especially in infancy, and is usually asymptomatic. We report the first case of a newborn who presented with significant inspiratory stridor and, using multiple imaging investigations, was subsequently diagnosed with the rare constellation of a congenital DAA, a right aortic arch and an isolated left subclavian artery with normal intra-cardiac anatomy. The patient underwent surgical resection of the DAA with significant improvement in symptoms.

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Accession: 052728647

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PMID: 19489948

DOI: 10.1111/j.1747-0803.2008.00235.x


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