Successful surgical repair of Uhl's anomaly.

Abstract:

:We report a case of Uhl's anomaly in a 5-month-old cyanotic infant who presented with thromboembolic stroke and acute hemiparesis. The patient underwent successfully an initial surgical repair, which included exclusion of the right ventricle by patch closure of the tricuspid valve, atrial septectomy and construction of a bidirectional Glenn shunt. This was followed by successful construction of a total cavopulmonary connection.

journal_name

Cardiol Young

journal_title

Cardiology in the young

authors

Azhari N,Assaqqat M,Bulbul Z

doi

10.1017/s1047951102000410

keywords:

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2002-03-01 00:00:00

pages

192-5

issue

2

eissn

1047-9511

issn

1467-1107

journal_volume

12

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