Color Atlas of Congenital Heart Surgery

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Mosby, 1996 - Medical - 240 pages
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Because of the wide variety of anomalies encountered in congenital heart surgery, a broad understanding of the pathologic anatomy of defects is vitally important to the successful surgeon. More than in most other fields of surgery, a feel for three-dimensional spatial relations of anomalies is helpful in allowing the surgeon to improvise the technical details of an operation. Due to advances in congenital heart surgery, patients are living well into adulthood. The authors extensive 20-year collection of photographs shows the progress of patients over a long period of time while demonstrating surgical technique for every congenital cardiac anomaly, from the common to the rare.

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Contents

ANOMALOUS SYSTEMIC VENOUS RETURN
1
ENDOCARDIAL CUSHION DEFECTS
13
VENTRICULAR SEPTAL DEFECTS
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