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  • 1 Szegedi Tudományegyetem, Szeged, Semmelweis u. 8., 6720
  • 2 Szegedi Tudományegyetem, Szeged
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A veleszületett szívhibák sebészi kezelése a technika fejlődésével folyamatosan változik. Az egyik legegyszerűbb, legközismertebb fejlődési rendellenesség a coarctatio aortae. A szerzők az elmúlt évtizedek során alkalmazott műtéti megoldásokat (’end-to-end’ anasztomózis, foltplasztikák, interpositumok), a műtéti lehetőségeket mutatják be, hazai és nemzetközi tapasztalatok alapján ismertetik a különböző megoldások eredményeit, előnyeit, hátrányait. Nagy sebészi kihívást jelent az újszülöttkori súlyos aorta-hypoplasiával járó eseteknek, a későbbiekben a kialakuló restenosisoknak és az esetleges szövődményeknek (aneurysmák, dissectiók) a megoldása. A coarctatio aortae megoldásai még napjainkban is nehézségeket, sebészi kihívást jelentenek, hiszen ezeknek mások a megoldásai csecsemőkben és nagyobb gyermekekben, illetve felnőttkorban. Itt már sokszor kell alkalmazni a katéterintervenciós megoldásokat is, melyek helyes időzítése még napjainkban is nagy kihívást jelent. Orv Hetil. 2020; 161(21): 861–866.

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