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In case 2 the pulmonary trunk and arterial duct were absent and the pulmonary blood supply came entirely from collateral arteries. The morphology in case 1 is at odds with the theoretical division ...

Heart, Research Article, R. J. Mildner, L. Kiraly, N. Sreeram

Date : 01/02/1997
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To describe 11 patients with narrowing of the left ventricular outflow tract caused by angular posterior deviation of both the outlet septum and the upper part of trabecular septum, which was ...

Heart, Research Article, S. Ozkutlu, N. K. Tokel, M. Saraçlar, D. Alehan, Y. Yurdakul, S. Ruacan

Date : 01/03/1997
Heart

Relevant clinical manifestations were cyanosis, early and pronounced congestive heart failure, with a decrease in amplitude of femoral pulses and, in the most severe cases, isolated left ventricular ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, O Milanesi, G Thiene, R M Bini, P A Pellegrino

Date : 01/12/1982
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Treatment of patients with transposition of great arteries and pulmonary vascular obstructive disease. Preoperatively, systemic arterial oxygen saturation (SaO2) varied from 45 to 79% (mean 65), ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J Byrne, D Clarke, J F Taylor, F Macartney, M de Leval, J Stark

Date : 01/03/1978
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The defects were partially closed by tricuspid valve tissue, the left ventricular outflow tract being further narrowed by various anatomical lesions. The anatomy of the group as a whole suggests a ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R H Anderson, C C Lenox, J R Zuberbuhler

Date : 01/08/1983
Heart

The anterior leaflet of the tricuspid valve was almost completely destroyed by endocarditis, though in previous reports of tricuspid valve endocarditis in association with ventricular septal defect ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J R Pepper, M C Joseph, P B Deverall

Date : 01/06/1980
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Interrupted aortic arch type A associated with congenitally corrected transposition of great arteries and ventricular septal defect. Pulmonary artery banding was subsequently necessary, because of ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A J Cottrell, M P Holden, S Hunter

Date : 01/12/1981
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The causes of cyanosis included residual interatrial shunt (six patients), acquired pulmonary arteriovenous fistulas (three patients) and acquired systemic-to-pulmonary vein communication (one ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M P Leung, L N Benson, J F Smallhorn, W G Williams, G A Trusler, R M Freedom

Date : 01/01/1989
Heart

In pulmonary atresia with ventricular septal defect and major aortopulmonary collateral arteries, there is a tendency for each collateral artery to be the sole supply to a particular region of ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, K Fäller, S G Haworth, J F Taylor, F J Macartney

Date : 01/09/1981
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Two of the four survivors had a subpulmonary malalignment ventricular septal defect with angiocardiographic narrowing of the right ventricular outflow tract, two had evidence of redundant muscle ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R J Moene, J Ottenkamp, A Oppenheimer-Dekker, M M Bartelings

Date : 01/01/1985