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Three cases are described, each of which presents a new variety of subdivision of the left ventricle; in two of these the condition was first shown by angiocardiography. The role of the ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L M Gerlis, J B Partridge, G I Fiddler, G Williams, O Scott

Date : 01/09/1981
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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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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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[...]there were considerable variations in ventricular morphology between the cases. [...]2 cases exhibited atresia of the right atrioventricular valve, and in the remaining 2 cases right and levt ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R H Anderson, A E Becker, T G Losekoot, L M Gerlis

Date : 01/10/1975
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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
Heart

Four hearts are described in which both the posterior septum and an anterior bulboventricular septum are present. In each heart, therefore, the right ventricular sinus is separated both from the ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R H Anderson, A E Becker, J L Wilkinson, L M Gerlis

Date : 01/06/1976
Heart

Use of the latter term can be confusing when the morphologically tricuspid valve is located beneath the left atrium. The results show that the majority of hearts with right atrial orificial atresia ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R H Anderson, J L Wilkinson, L M Gerlis, A Smith, A E Becker

Date : 01/04/1977
Heart

Though diphtheritic infections are known to affect the cardiac conduction system, authenticated cases of post-diphtheritic block persisting after the infection are rare, and, furthermore, ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L M Gerlis, R H Anderson, A E Becker

Date : 01/04/1975
Heart

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