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Two cases are described of a most unusual variant of two-chambered right ventricle. In the first case the distal chamber supported the aorta in the left anterior position, the pulmonary artery ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A Beitzke, R H Anderson, J L Wilkinson, E A Shinebourne

Date : 01/07/1979
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A cyanosed neonate was diagnosed as having concordant atrioventricular connection and single cardiac outlet and aorta from right ventricle with atresia of the pulmonary valve. Additionally, the ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, W B Knight, E A Shinebourne

Date : 01/09/1988
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Haemodynamic and angiographic findings are described in 5 cases with rare anomalies of the right ventricle and the second there was isolated congenital 'absence' of the tricuspid valve.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, S G Haworth, E A Shinebourne, G A Miller

Date : 01/04/1975
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A previously undescribed anomaly is presented in which right and left pulmonary arteries arise via a single vessel from the ascending aorta while the main pulmonary artery arises normally from the ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A Beitzke, E A Shinebourne

Date : 01/03/1980
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Pressure-volume diagrams obtained from the left ventricle after the Mustard procedure were indistinguishable from the normal right ventricle, which accords with the hypothesis that the normal right ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A N Redington, M L Rigby, E A Shinebourne, P J Oldershaw

Date : 01/01/1990