Damus-Kaye-Stancel procedure

Da·mus-·Kaye-·Stan·cel pro·ce·dure

(dā'mŭs kā stan'sĭl),
a procedure for subaortic stenosis, entails the creation of an end-to-side pulmonary trunk/aortic anastomosis, performed along with a Fontan procedure, particularly for patients with a double inlet left ventricle.