Interrupted Aortic Arch News and Research

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Interrupted aortic arch is a rare congenital heart condition first described by Steidele in 1773. The condition accounts for less than 1% of congenital heart conditions and is part of a broader spectrum of heart anomalies in 97% of affected children.
News briefs from featured presentations at Cardiology 2012

News briefs from featured presentations at Cardiology 2012

Study finds association between ERBB4 gene, LVOT malformations

Study finds association between ERBB4 gene, LVOT malformations