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Ventricular septal defect repair--when is it done in a baby?

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Dr. Mary Callahan
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: VSD

It depends on the severity is the best answer. If the defect is small often it is left to close on its own which may happen.
However, if the defect is large then it may be closed sooner than later in order to prevent complications.

In brief: VSD

It depends on the severity is the best answer. If the defect is small often it is left to close on its own which may happen.
However, if the defect is large then it may be closed sooner than later in order to prevent complications.
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