What is Norwood Procedure?

Category: Surgeries

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The Norwood Procedure is a surgery performed on the heart. It is most often performed to treat Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, certain types of mitral atresia, or other conditions that result in single ventricle circulation.

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