Gregory A Wolff

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Massive lobar pulmonary hemorrhage related to Swan-Ganz catheterization represents a catastrophic complication that, to our knowledge, has received little attention in the literature. Our experience with two recent cases emphasizes the life-threatening nature of such bleeding as well as the potential for patient salvage after urgent resectional therapy. A(More)
Congenital web neck is a deformity hardly ever reported in the English literature. It is usually associated to Ulrrich-Turner syndrome. There are several options to correct this deformity, but in severe cases complete correction of the web and the abnormal back hair is not always possible. We present our experience with a secondary case where previous(More)
Physiologic changes incurred by pregnancy can cause severe decompensation in the parturient with underlying cardiac disease. The result is increased morbidity and mortality for both mother and child. Appropriate anesthetic management can significantly impact these outcomes. This review systematically presents the pathophysiology, peripartum risk, and(More)
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