Jatene procedure

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Ja·tene pro·ce·dure

(jā-tēn'),
a method of repairing congenital tunnel-type subaortic stenosis and narrowing of the left ventricular-aortic junction by aortoventriculoplasty and prosthetic valve replacement.
Synonym(s): Dor procedure
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The smallest baby ever to survive open-heart surgery to correct transposed arteries, Jerrick De Leon, was only one week old and weighed 1.5 pounds when doctors at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital in Stanford, California, performed the operation that saved his life.