Da Silva Cone Operation After Starnes Procedure for Ebstein’s Anomaly


Severe neonatal Ebstein’s Anomaly can present a surgical challenge, and the advent of the Starnes procedure has improved survival in these critically ill neonates. Importantly, however; this does not commit them to a single ventricle physiology for their entire lives, and they can be successfully converted to 1.5 or 2 ventricle physiology later in life.

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