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Patients with truncus arteriosus do not have a patent arterial duct: true or false?Academic Article Why?
Truncus arteriosus type A3: complex repair with cryopreserved pulmonary homograft.Academic Article Why?
Surgical correction of truncus arteriosus in infancy.Academic Article Why?
Truncus ArteriosusConcept Why?
Truncus Arteriosus, PersistentConcept Why?
Surgical management of severe truncal insufficiency: experience with truncal valve remodeling techniques.Academic Article Why?
Two-stage surgical repair for truncus arteriosus with unilateral absence of the left proximal pulmonary artery: translocation of the left pulmonary artery to the right pulmonary artery.Academic Article Why?
A simplified categorization for common arterial trunk.Academic Article Why?
Intensive care management of neonates with d-transposition of the great arteries and common arterial trunk.Academic Article Why?
Kohli, UtkarshPerson Why?
Long-term follow-up after truncal valve repair.Academic Article Why?
Outcomes of repair of common arterial trunk with truncal valve surgery: a review of the society of thoracic surgeons congenital heart surgery database.Academic Article Why?
Techniques for repairing the aortic and truncal valves.Academic Article Why?
Truncus and transposition: the Chicago approach.Academic Article Why?
Vricella, LucaPerson Why?
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