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By the afternoon he was in high morale, free from angina, and happy in the belief that the intravenous heparin would dissolve the newly formed clot in his left anterior descending coronary ...

Heart, Paul Wood lecture, J Somerville

Date : 01/12/1998
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OBJECTIVES--To show potential indications for and clinical use of self expanding stents in patients with congenital heart disease. CONCLUSIONS--Self expanding stents have a role in the treatment of ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A N Redington, J Weil, J Somerville

Date : 01/10/1994
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Balloon angioplasty of a life threatening stenosis in a remaining pulmonary artery branch was attempted on two occasions but without success. When a self-expanding stainless steel stent was inserted ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D Mulcahy, U Sigwart, J Somerville

Date : 01/12/1991
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Sixteen patients presenting on 21 occasions with atrial flutter in association with complex congenital heart disease were treated by intracardiac stimulation techniques combined with activation ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D Cunningham, J Somerville, J A Kennedy, E Rowland, A F Rickards

Date : 01/06/1991
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A patient with aortic atresia has survived to the age of 24 years without any surgical procedure.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P Maxwell, J Somerville

Date : 01/11/1990
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An anomalous origin of the left anterior descending coronary artery from the pulmonary trunk with the right and left circumflex arteries arising from the aorta is very rare and the diagnosis made ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M M el Habbal, M de Leval, J Somerville

Date : 01/07/1988
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Magnetic resonance imaging of the pulmonary arteries and their systemic connections in pulmonary atresia: comparison with angiographic and surgical findings. The role of magnetic resonance imaging ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R S Rees, J Somerville, S R Underwood, J Wright, D N Firmin, R H Klipstein, D B Longmore

Date : 01/12/1987
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Transposition of the great arteries: late results in adolescents and adults after the Mustard procedure. A selected group of 18 patients aged 15-27 years with transposition of the great arteries and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, C A Warnes, J Somerville

Date : 01/08/1987
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The outcome was reviewed in 17 patients aged 15-40 years with tricuspid atresia and transposed great arteries selected by survival beyond age 14 years. Pulmonary vascular disease and subaortic ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, C A Warnes, J Somerville

Date : 01/06/1987
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Twenty nine patients aged 15-35 years (mean 23) with tricuspid atresia and normally related great arteries were studied; 20 are alive. Arrhythmias were equally common in both groups; they appear to ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, C A Warnes, J Somerville

Date : 01/12/1986