Treatments for aortopulmonary window in children

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Can an aortopulmonary window be fixed?

Yes. Usually, the hole between the aorta and the pulmonary artery is closed with a patch. This surgery is normally done as soon as possible after the diagnosis is made, usually when the child is a newborn.

What is the long-term outlook for a baby with an aortopulmonary window?

Surgery to fix an aortopulmonary window is successful in most cases, if the defect is treated quickly.

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