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ABSTRACT An increasingly complex group of children is now being followed as outpatients after surgery for congenital heart disease. A variety of complications and physiologic perturbations, both expected and unexpected, may present during follow‐up, and should be anticipated by the practitioner...
ABSTRACT As increasing numbers of children with congenital heart disorders reach adulthood, the family physician, cardiologist, and obstetrician will increasingly be called upon to give advice regarding the safety of pregnancy. This need has been further highlighted by the recognition that...
ABSTRACT Mixed lesions of restrictive cardiomyopathy and constrictive pericarditis have been reported rarely and represent a diagnostic and therapeutic dilemma. Restrictive cardiomyopathy has a poor prognosis with an average 2‐year survival rate of less than 50% from the time of diagnosis. Heart...
ABSTRACT Neonatal spontaneous aortic arch thrombosis without an anatomical correlate is an extremely rare disorder of unknown etiology. A 1‐day‐old newborn was admitted with suspicion of the coarctation of the aorta. Angiography revealed congenital occluding thrombosis of the ascending aorta and...
ABSTRACT We report the use of the Amplatzer™ Duct Occluder for transcatheter closure of a rare subclavian artery to innominate vein fistula in a neonate.
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