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Dissection after percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) is a risk factor for acute or subacute vessel closure. Intracoronary stenting was developed to avoid these complications by pressing the intimal and medial flaps against the vessel wall, thus reducing the risk of acute...
A 22-year-old female with mirror image dextrocardia and rheumatic valvular mitral stenosis underwent closed mitral valvotomy using a Tubb's dilatorwith good results. Despite abnormal position of situs, the surgical approach was simple through right anterolateral thoracotomy, and the operator's...
Primary cardiac tumors are very rare and the majority of them are histologically benign and surgically curable. During a 30-year period from 1963 to January 1993, 45 cases of primary cardiac tumors were surgically excised at the National Taiwan University Hospital, representing 0.52% of 8,695...
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