Severe Pulmonic Stenosis with Intact Ventricular Septum and Right Aortic Arch
Three cases with pulmonary stenosis, intact ventricular septum, and right aortic arch are presented, along with physiologic data. Two cases had infundibular stenosis and, in addition, an aberrant left subclavian artery. The third case was thought to have valvular stenosis. All three patients have been successfully operated upon and show good clinical results.
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