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METHOD--Five cases with a primary deficiency of the right ventricular musculature were examined. Evidence from our cases, combined with analysis of other publications, showed different modes and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L M Gerlis, S C Schmidt-Ott, S Y Ho, R H Anderson

Date : 01/02/1993
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Anomalous subaortic position of the brachiocephalic (innominate) vein: a review of published reports and report of three new cases. Features commonly seen in tetralogy of Fallot--right aortic arch, ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L M Gerlis, S Y Ho

Date : 01/06/1989
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Damage to the valve leaflet caused by balloon dilatation was probably the result of using a balloon with a diameter that was too large in relation to the aortic valve ring diameter and of shearing ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R R Phillips, L M Gerlis, N Wilson, D R Walker

Date : 01/02/1987
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Abnormalities of the mitral valve were found in 16 (55%) of 29 necropsy specimens of hearts with congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries (discordant atrioventricular and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L M Gerlis, N Wilson, D F Dickinson

Date : 01/05/1986
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Cross sectional and pulsed Doppler echocardiography made valuable contributions to the diagnosis in both cases of valve disruption and, when available, should be part of the primary investigation of ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J L Gibbs, G A Davies, A Schofield, G A Wharton, D A Watson, L M Gerlis

Date : 01/05/1985
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Ventricular pre-excitation occurred in two cases in which the accessory pathways between the atria and the ventricles were histologically identified as being associated with aneurysmal malformations ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L M Gerlis, M J Davies, R Boyle, G Williams, H Scott

Date : 01/03/1985
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Discrete delicate fibromuscular structures crossing the cavity of the left ventricle were identified on morphological examination in 329 (48%) of 686 hearts from patients of all ages with congenital ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L M Gerlis, H M Wright, N Wilson, F Erzengin, D F Dickinson

Date : 01/12/1984
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A report of two cases, one associated with atypical coronary artery thrombosis. The first new case was in a 43 year old woman with atypical chest pains in whom investigations for suspected ischaemic ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L M Gerlis, J L Gibbs, G J Williams, G D Thomas

Date : 01/12/1984
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Twenty three morphological specimens of truncus arteriosus were examined for evidence of stenosis of the semilunar valve.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L M Gerlis, N Wilson, D F Dickinson, O Scott

Date : 01/10/1984
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A large aneurysm of a membranous septal remnant was present, and this appears to be the first recorded instance of closure of a malalignment ventricular septal defect by such a mechanism.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L M Gerlis, D F Dickinson, R H Anderson

Date : 01/06/1984