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Figure 2: (a) The surgeon's original drawing demonstrating the end-to-end anastomosis (*), left common carotid artery and proximal left subclavian artery anastomosis (**), and extra-anatomic graft (***) techniques utilized for coarctation repair. (b and c) Two-dimensional steady-state free precession cardiovascular magnetic resonance images showing the modified and stented subclavian flap (++). (d-f) Multiplanar reconstruction and three-dimensional reconstruction illustrating the 6-mm extra-anatomic graft (+) from the distal aortic arch to the descending aorta beyond the coarctation area

Figure 2: (a) The surgeon's original drawing demonstrating the end-to-end anastomosis (*), left common carotid artery and proximal left subclavian artery anastomosis (**), and extra-anatomic graft (***) techniques utilized for coarctation repair. (b and c) Two-dimensional steady-state free precession cardiovascular magnetic resonance images showing the modified and stented subclavian flap (++). (d-f) Multiplanar reconstruction and three-dimensional reconstruction illustrating the 6-mm extra-anatomic graft (+) from the distal aortic arch to the descending aorta beyond the coarctation area