A persistent left sided fifth aortic arch with coarctation of the aorta and persistence of the ductus arteriosus was recognised and treated surgically in a newborn infant. The fifth arch was used to repair the coarctation, and five years later the child had normal peripheral pulses and no residual murmurs.
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