Atlas of Cardiothoracic Surgery
David C. Sabiston
W.B. Saunders, 1995 - Medical - 598 pages
This excellent companion to Sabiston & Spencer's SURGERY OF THE CHEST offers complete and detailed coverage of general thoracic, adult, and pediatric cardiac procedures, all in one volume. Written by leading surgeons, the atlas includes sections on thoracic incisions, the mediastinum, pulmonary resection, congenital heart disease, coronary artery bypass grafts, laparoscopic procedures, ventricular aneurysms, more.
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anastomosis anesthesia anesthetic aneurysm anteriorly aortic ascending aorta bronchoscope cannula cardiac cardioplegic solution cardiopulmonary bypass cavity chest tube chest wall chordal clamp closed closure completed continuous suture coronary artery costal cartilages crossclamp diaphragm dissection distal divided ductus arteriosus endoscopic endotracheal tube esophagoscope esophagus excised exposed exposure fistula flap graft heart homograft identified Incisions FIGURE inferior pulmonary inferiorly innominate inserted intercostal space lateral left atrium left coronary left ventricular ligated Line of incision lobe bronchus Lobectomy lung main pulmonary artery mattress sutures medial median sternotomy mediastinal mediastinum midline mitral valve muscle operation patch pectoralis performed pericardial pericardium phrenic nerve placement pleural space portion posterior leaflet posteriorly procedure proximal pulmonary vein removed repair resection retracted right atrium segmental septum skin stapler stapling stenosis sternal sternum subclavian artery superior vena cava suture suture line thoracic thoracoscopic thoracotomy tissue trachea tricuspid valve tumor upper lobe usually vascular venous return ventricle ventricular septal defect vessels visualization