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Figure 1: (a) Baseline cardiac MRI at 17 months of age demonstrated dilated AoR and ductal ampulla. (b) Cardiac MRI at 3 years of age demonstrated a large DAA and progressive AoR and AA dilation. (c) Repeat echocardiogram at 3 years of age on the massive DAA on suprasternal arch view. (d) Intraoperatively, the DAA was isolated and resected. (e) An aortic homograft was placed. (f) Postoperative echocardiogram confirmed an unobstructed aortic arch with no residual duct or aneurysm on suprasternal arch view. LPA: Left pulmonary artery, MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging, DAA: Ductal ampulla aneurysm, AoR: Aortic root

Figure 1: (a) Baseline cardiac MRI at 17 months of age demonstrated dilated AoR and ductal ampulla. (b) Cardiac MRI at 3 years of age demonstrated a large DAA and progressive AoR and AA dilation. (c) Repeat echocardiogram at 3 years of age on the massive DAA on suprasternal arch view. (d) Intraoperatively, the DAA was isolated and resected. (e) An aortic homograft was placed. (f) Postoperative echocardiogram confirmed an unobstructed aortic arch with no residual duct or aneurysm on suprasternal arch view. LPA: Left pulmonary artery, MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging, DAA: Ductal ampulla aneurysm, AoR: Aortic root