Interrupted aortic arch is a rare and very difficult to diagnose congenital heart defect, which is divided into three types according to the place of interruption. The most common is type B, where the interruption is between the left carotid artery and left subclavian artery. This case report shows the description of the anomaly during the first and second trimester scan and review of the literature regarding interrupted aortic arch.
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