This is a case of an infant with unilateral discontinuous right pulmonary artery. Cardiac catheterisation with pulmonary wedge injection diagnosed the anomaly and aided in surgical planning. The patient underwent semi-autologous surgical repair utilising an autologous main pulmonary artery flap. One month following discharge, he underwent successful balloon dilation of the residual stenosis and was discharged the same day.
Adults with Ebstein anomaly (EA) have excellent mid and late outcomes following cone repair (CR); however, early morbidity and mortality are not well described. We examined the impact of perioperative comorbid conditions on early postoperative outcomes in adults with EA following CR. This is a