Saphenous Vein Graft Growth 13 Years After Coronary Bypass in a Child With Kawasaki Disease

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Abstract

The presumed limited growth potential of saphenous vein grafts has led many authorities to discourage their use in young children. We documented excellent growth and patency of a saphenous vein graft 13 years after operation in a 7-year-old child with coronary artery obstruction caused by Kawasaki disease.

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