A successful correction of type I truncus arteriosus using a 12 mm 'dacron' conduit containing a porcine aortic valve (Hancock) between the right ventricle and the pulmonary artery in a 6-month-old infant is reported. The rationale for the treatment of truncus arteriosus in infancy is discussed.
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