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Twenty three cases that fell outside the normal patterns of variation of heart rate and rhythm were evaluated by echocardiography. Recognition that an arrhythmia is present and appropriate prenatal ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L D Allan, R H Anderson, I D Sullivan, S Campbell, D W Holt, M Tynan

Date : 01/09/1983
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Pulsed wave Doppler estimates of blood flow velocity were made across the mitral, tricuspid, aortic, and pulmonary valves in a series of 120 normal fetuses (gestational age 16-36 weeks). Despite ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L D Allan, S K Chita, W Al-Ghazali, D C Crawford, M Tynan

Date : 01/06/1987
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Fourteen mothers were treated with flecainide for fetal atrial tachycardias associated with intrauterine cardiac failure. After recent reports of the side effects of flecainide treatment, however, ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L D Allan, S K Chita, G K Sharland, D Maxwell, K Priestley

Date : 01/01/1991
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OBJECTIVE--To examine the relation between a characteristic form of left ventricular dysfunction in the fetus and abnormalities of the aortic valve and endocardial fibroelastosis of the left ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, G K Sharland, S K Chita, N L Fagg, R H Anderson, M Tynan, A C Cook, L D Allan

Date : 01/12/1991
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The M-mode echocardiogram can be obtained in the developing human fetus from around the 16th week of gestation until term. Errors in interpretation of the M-mode echocardiogram can be avoided by ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L D Allan, M C Joseph, E G Boyd, S Campbell, M Tynan

Date : 01/06/1982
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Identification of congenital cardiac malformations by echocardiography in midtrimester fetus. All fetal heart specimens were collected and studied morphologically.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L D Allan, M Tynan, S Campbell, R H Anderson

Date : 01/10/1981
Heart

Acceleration time in the aorta and pulmonary artery measured by Doppler echocardiography in the midtrimester normal human fetus. The time to peak velocity was measured by Doppler echocardiography in ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M V Machado, S C Chita, L D Allan

Date : 01/07/1987
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The catheter can be accurately located within the left atrium before inflation of the balloon, thus avoiding some of the traumatic accidents possible during septostomy. The balloon can be observed ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L D Allan, R Leanage, R Wainwright, M C Joseph, M Tynan

Date : 01/01/1982
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All mothers of fetuses with isolated complete heart block had evidence of circulating syndrome Sjögren A antibody (Ro). Only one mother had clinical evidence of connective tissue ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M V Machado, M J Tynan, P V Curry, L D Allan

Date : 01/12/1988
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Thirty normal hearts from fetuses aborted at 10-33 weeks' gestation were measured directly and the results were compared with echocardiographic measurements in 20 normal live fetuses of 23-27 weeks' ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A Angelini, L D Allan, R H Anderson, D C Crawford, S K Chita, S Y Ho

Date : 01/09/1988