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A vascular ring is a rare cardiovascular birth defect involving an unusual formation of the aorta and/or its surrounding blood vessels.
What happens if your child has a vascular ring:
An operation to divide the vascular ring is the treatment of choice. This kind of surgery was pioneered at Boston Children's Hospital in 1945 with the first successful operation on a child with a double aortic arch.
Today, this procedure can be performed using robotic surgery equipment, allowing your child the benefits of minimally invasive surgery and improved surgical precision.
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