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The detection at operation and successful operative correction of the rare combination of congenital subaortic stenosis occurring below a large ventricular septal defect are reported. Preoperative study indicated an isolated ventricular septal defect and only after routine systematic chamber and great vessel pressure measurements were made did the complete diagnosis become apparent. The importance of obtaining these measurements before and after all intracardiac surgery is stressed. The hemodynamic measurements are presented. The changes appear to be controlled by the size of the ventricular defect, the site and degree of subaortic stenosis, and the difference between pulmonary and systemic peripheral vascular resistances. Use of the transatrial approach seemed to offer distinct advantage in the exposure and repair of this combination of defects.
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☆Supported in part by grants from United States Public Health Service (HTS-5392 and H-6504) and the North Carolina Heart Association.
© 1962 Published by Elsevier Inc.