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Heart Preductal Versus Postductal Coarctation of the aorta

What are the differences between the two? and how do the collaterals develop?
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Postductal has higher chances to survive the high school ;-)

Preductal requires surgical correction early in life
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what are the differences between the two?and how do the collaterals develop?

Preductal = kids, Turner.

Postductal = Adults.
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