2018
DOI: 10.1055/s-0038-1645877 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The incidence of RVOTO after ASO is not negligible. Complex morphology, such as side-by-side great arteries and aortic arch anomalies influences the development of RVOTO.

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“…Our data are in line with these reports, with a median age of 1.3 (IQR 0.3–4.5) years at the time of first RVOT reoperation. The overall surgical and percutaneous intervention rates for RVOTO varied from 5% to 28% between the different studies with at least 20-year follow-up [ 2–4 , 14–16 ], which is also similar to the results of this study.…”
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“…Our data are in line with these reports, with a median age of 1.3 (IQR 0.3–4.5) years at the time of first RVOT reoperation. The overall surgical and percutaneous intervention rates for RVOTO varied from 5% to 28% between the different studies with at least 20-year follow-up [ 2–4 , 14–16 ], which is also similar to the results of this study.…”
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“…In 4 decades of ASO, a significant decrease in perioperative mortality to rates below 5% in high-volume cardiothoracic surgical centres has been achieved [ 2 , 12 , 13 ]. Although survival has greatly improved, recurrent and new lesions remain and require reoperations or catheter interventions.…”
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