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Congenitally Corrected Transposition

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Question: my yetborn child is having cctga, can it be treated? And How to follow it up and what will be the treatment? CCTGA is congenitally corrected transposition of Great Arteries. My wife was ulra sound scanned in 6th month by a very experienced doctor. She told the baby is not having any hole in the heart. So we can continue with the pregnancy. The child is yet to be born in next month. Now the answer u are going to give will give us faith to save the child and treat him or her accordingly.

Answer: It depends on how severe the case is. Usually it is corrected with surgery at a very young age. Good luck and congratulations on the pregnancy! There is a lot of good information from the Mayo Clinic here:……

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