Congenitally “corrected” transposition of the great arteries (CCT-GA) is when a baby’s heart develops abnormally and blood flows to the correct location for a period of time even though both ventricles have been reversed. Children can undergo a surgery to rebuild the heart and redirect the blood flow. However, limited amounts of research and data exist about long-term outcomes for this procedure. Michigan Medicine C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital conducted multiple studies to understand its outcomes.
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