Arterial Switch Operation With a Single Coronary Artery: The Autograft Concept

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Abstract

A single coronary artery, especially if associated with anterior looping, remains a risk factor when performing an arterial switch operation for transposition of the great arteries. In such a situation, to avoid the risk of overstretching, we used a modification of the aortic autograft concept to transfer the single coronary artery, resulting in a tension-free relocation.

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