By Carole A. Warnes

ISBN-10: 1405178205

ISBN-13: 9781405178204

Publications practising physicians within the sensible features of ways to diagnose and deal with sufferers with congenital center diseaseReviews the most typical congenital cardiac anomalies visible in practiceFocuses on either medical overview and diagnostic imaging modalities in addition to sensible administration concerns, in addition to whilst to refer sufferers to tertiary care centresEach bankruptcy is preceded via a case research to exemplify the problems that could be hard in useful administration

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The jugular venous pressure and carotid pulse were normal. The lungs were clear on auscultation. The cardiac examination demonstrated no heave or thrill. Heart sounds were normal with no additional sounds. There was a grade 3/6 holosystolic murmur at the apex and left sternal border with no diastolic murmur. The remainder of her examination was normal with no edema, clubbing, or cyanosis noted in the lower extremities. Her electrocardiogram and chest x-ray, were unremarkable with no definitive signs of left ventricular enlargement.

J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1981;82: 928–37. 11. Carpentier A. Surgical anatomy and management of the mitral component of atrioventricular canal defects. In: Anderson RH, Shinebourne EA, eds. Paediatric Cardiology. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 1978:477–90. 12. Piccoli GP, Wilkinson JL, Macartney FJ, et al. Morphology and classification of complete atrioventricular defects. Br Heart J 1979;42:633–9. 13. Aubert S, Henaine R, Raisky O, et al. Atypical forms of isolated partial atrioventricular septal defect increase the risk of initial valve replacement and reoperation.

11. Carpentier A. Surgical anatomy and management of the mitral component of atrioventricular canal defects. In: Anderson RH, Shinebourne EA, eds. Paediatric Cardiology. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 1978:477–90. 12. Piccoli GP, Wilkinson JL, Macartney FJ, et al. Morphology and classification of complete atrioventricular defects. Br Heart J 1979;42:633–9. 13. Aubert S, Henaine R, Raisky O, et al. Atypical forms of isolated partial atrioventricular septal defect increase the risk of initial valve replacement and reoperation.

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