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Transcatheter closure of the aortopulmonary window in a symptomatic infant using the Amplatzer ductal occluder
  1. Sangeetha Viswanathan,
  2. Balu Vaidyanathan,
  3. R Krishna Kumar

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Aortopulmonary (AP) windows are conventionally closed by surgery and reports of transcatheter closure are confined to either asymptomatic or residual defects after surgical closure.

We report transcatheter closure of a 4 mm distal AP window with an 8×6 mm Amplatzer duct occluder in a 1-year-old boy weighing 7 kg who presented in cardiac failure …

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