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Saturday, March 22 2003

Transposition of the great vessels: Also known as transposition of the great arteries, this congenital defect occurs when the two major arteries carrying blood away from the heart (the aorta and the pulmonary artery) are switched, or transposed. This causes a severe lack of oxygen in the blood and newborns often suffer from Cyanosis. Surgery is often required during the first weeks of life to correct the reversal of arteries.


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