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Post Ross Procedure Aortic Right Sinus of Valsalva Fistula to Right Ventricle S

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Post Ross procedure complications have been limited predominantly to neoaortic valvular dilatation (10–30%) and insufficiency, right ventricular prosthetic deterioration or right ventricular pulmonary artery conduit obstruction. Arrhythmia has been documented to occur in a third of these patients. This is the first time that neoaortic right sinus of valsalva dissection and rupture to the right ventricle with a fistulous communication has occurred and been described, as far as the author is aware.
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e-Published: 03 Feb, 2014
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