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The presentation of the bronchogenic cyst is variable making preoperative diagnosis difficult. The majority are either asymptomatic or discovered incidentally. The most common presenting symptoms are cough, fever and dyspnoea. We discuss the case of a large bronchogenic cyst in the posterior...
Objective: Survival after heart transplantation has improved significantly over the last decades. There are a growing number of patients that require cardiac retransplantation because of chronic allograft dysfunction. With regard to the critical shortage of cardiac allograft donors the decision...
Objective: This study was undertaken to evaluate outcomes of redo lung transplantation (LT) for acute and chronic graft failure. Methods: Between 1988 and 2007, 388 LT procedures were performed on 369 patients. From those, 17 (4.6%) patients had redo LT once and 2 patients had redo LT twice....
SummaryDiastolic dysfunction is assuming more importance as it is increasingly evident that it can be solely responsible for heart failure. Although many comprehensive studies pertinent to diastolic dysfunction and diastolic heart failure have been recently published, there is a paucity of...
SummaryA systematic review of the literature was performed to determine early and late mortality associated with left ventricular (LV) reconstruction surgery and to assess the influence of different surgical techniques, concomitant surgical procedures, clinical and hemodynamic parameters on...
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