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Coronary arteries in d-transposition. A necropsy study of reimplantation.
  1. U Hvass


    The coronary arteries are a major concern in anatomical correction of d-transposition of the great arteries. The necropsy study was undertaken to assess the feasibility of direct bilateral reimplantation as described by Fatene et al. This seemed possible in only 30 per cent of 100 cases, and furthermore was related to the type of coronary artery pattern.

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