Transcatheter closure of an aortopulmonary window with a modified double umbrella occluder system

T Stamato, L N Benson, J F Smallhorn, R M Freedom
Catheterization and Cardiovascular Diagnosis 1995, 35 (2): 165-7
Transcatheter occlusion of a small aortopulmonary window was successfully performed in a child using a double umbrella occluding device. The delivery system was adapted for use through a small sheath from a transvenous approach. Transcatheter closure is feasible in appropriately selected aortopulmonary windows.

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