DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-1022218
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Abstract: From November 1977 to January 1981, 10 consecutive patients underwent intracardiac repair of the complete atrioventricular canal at our institution. Ages ranged from 14 months to 4.5 years (mean age 20 months). Four patients were predominantly of type A, while 6 were predominantly of type C according to Rastelli's classification. Three patients had associated cardiac anomalies (2 tetralogy of Fallot and one parachute mitral valve). Standard repair and correction of the associated anomalies were performed under… Show more

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