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A Clinical Study of Interrupted Aortic Arch
Myoung Dong Shin, Tae Hun Kang, Hyoung Doo Lee, Si Chan Sung
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1995;38(10):1349-1355.   Published online October 15, 1995
Purpose : We conducted this study to determine the clinical manifestations and prognostic factors of interrupted aortic arch(IAA). Methods : We performed retrospective clinical study with chart review in 9 infants who were diagnosed as IAA between January, 1993 and December, 1994. Results : Infants with IA were from 7 days to 92 days of age. Among them, 6 cases were type...
A Case of Interrupted Aortic Arch.
Yeong Sook Kang, Sun Hee Jung, Tae Chan Kwon, Chin Moo Kang, Seok Kil Zeon, Kwang Sook Lee, Yeong Sun Yoo
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1990;33(11):1579-1585.   Published online November 30, 1990
Interrupted aortic arch is a congenital anomaly in which discontinuity is present between ascending and descending aorta, and is associated frequently with ventricular septal defect and patent ductus arteriosus. Authors experienced a case of interrupted aortic arch in a 4 year old boy associated with a ventriculalr septal defect and patent ductus arteriosus. Diagnostic confirmation was made by 2-D echocardiography, cardiac cathetrization and angiogra- phy. Direct closure...
Truncus Arteriosus Associated with Interrupted Aortic Arch.
Chang Hyun Yang, Jae Seung Yang, Jun Hee Sul, Dong Soo Kim, Sung Kyu Lee, Dong Shik Chin
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1988;31(6):779-783.   Published online June 30, 1988
We experienced a case of truncus arteriousus associated with interrupted aortic arch, ventricular septal defect and patent ductus arteriosus. A 5 month old boy had complained of rapid respiration and feeding difficulty since birth. There was no visible cyanosis or clubbing toes and nails. There was a grade 2 〜3 ejection systolic murmur with maximum intensity at the left lower sternal border. Diagnosis was...
Case Report
A Successful Repair of Interrupted Aortic Arch.
Dong Su Kim, Du Yung Lee, Jun Hee Sul, Sung Kyu Lee, Kyu Ok Choi, Bum Koo Cho, Dong Sik Chin
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1983;26(4):386-391.   Published online April 30, 1983
This is a case report of Interrupted aortic arch combined with large ventricular septaldefect and patent ductus arteriosus. This 5 years old girl, she was complained of frequent upper respiratory infections, exertional dyspnea from 6 months age. The diagnosis was confirmed by cardiac catheterization and angiocardiography. Pressure of main pulmonary artery was 80/50 (63) mmHg, and that of descending aorta was 75/45(60)mmHg (Qp...
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