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1/1. Balloon dilation of pulmonary venous pathway obstruction in an infant after the mustard procedure.

    Pulmonary venous pathway obstruction developed after a Mustard procedure in an infant with transposition of the great arteries. The stenosis was successfully dilated by the percutaneous balloon technique with immediate clinical, echocardiographic, and hemodynamic improvement, which has persisted for 8 months after dilation. This technique is a feasible alternative to reoperation in such an obstruction, even in infants.
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