Valve Replacement in Children with Congenital Heart Disease
Cardiac valve anomalies, either isolated or associated with other cardiac lesions, are frequently encountered in a pediatric cardiology practice. In each case, presenting clinical features are serious, and if the child needs a valve replacement, all the drawbacks of the prostheses add to each case’s complexity.
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