Congenital Disease

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TAVR: An Important Option for Adults With Congenital Heart Disease

Cleveland Clinic case series demonstrates feasibility and safety in diverse patients

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New Tool Refines Cardiac Surgical Risk Prediction for Adults With Congenital Heart Disease

Custom STS risk model improves ability to predict 30-day survival for a growing population

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Pulmonary Valve Replacement: Update From a High-Volume Center

Advanced transcatheter options have expanded patient candidacy

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Ventricular Switch: A New Paradigm May Be at Hand for ‘Unseptatable’ Hearts

Refinements introduced to Cleveland Clinic-developed approach to a rare defect

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In ccTGA, Early Anatomic Repair Edges Out Physiologic Repair in Long-Term Outcomes

Large Cleveland Clinic series underscores challenges of decision-making for this rare defect

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