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Corrected transposition of great arteries with exertional angina: A case report
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  • Yu Wan,
  • Zixin Xie,
  • Qi Yang,
  • Mingbin Deng
Mingbin Deng

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The corrected transposition of great arteries without ventricular septal defect and pulmonary stenosis is rare in the clinic. We reported a case of ccTGA with tricuspid valve regurgitation that lead his exertional angina. Various echocardiographic and CTA methods were useful for its diagnosis. Although the patient didn't choose the surgical treatment, further follow-up was still needed during his conservative treatment procedure.