Harry F. Zinsser
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Angina pectoris associated with a pericardial defect.
Successful Closure of a Left Ventricular‐Right Atrial Shunt
Ventricular aneurysmectomy for the treatment of recurrent ventricular tachyarrhythmia.
Abstract Resection of a left ventricular aneurysm led to termination of lifethreatening paroxysmal ventricular tachycardia in 2 patients. Preoperative cardiac catheterization and… Expand
Kerosene pneumonitis treated with adrenal steroids.
Studies of coronary disease in the experimental animal. II. Polarographic determinations of local oxygen availability in the dog's left ventricle during coronary occlusion and pure oxygen breathing.
Invalidism due to recurrent idiopathic pericarditis with recovery after pericardiectomy.
- H. Zinsser, W. Blakemore, C. Kirby, J. Johnson
- Journal of the American Medical Association
- 19 September 1959
Experience with eight cases of recurrent idiopathic pericarditis has led to the conviction that it can cause a form of invalidism quite different from that usually seen in chronic pericardial… Expand
The diagnosis of left atrial thrombus by cineangiography.
OTHER AUTHORS have reported the continued use of closed mitral commissurotomy,1which can be a reasonably safe procedure so long as there is little or no calcification of the valve, minimal… Expand
A Later Stage of Anomalous Coronary Circulation with Origin of the Left Coronary Artery from the Pulmonary Artery: Coronary Artery Steal
A 45-year-old woman with angina pectoris, beginning at the age of 16 and progressing to produce incapacitation, was found to have an anomalous left coronary artery arising from the pulmonary artery.… Expand
Coronary artery steal due to an anomalous left coronary artery originating from the pulmonary artery.
The Straining Procedure as an Aid in the Anatomic Localization of Cardiovascular Murmurs and Sounds
Most heart murmurs diminish in intensity during straining. Those derived from the right heart and pulmonary circulation regain intensity immediately after straining. Those from the left heart and… Expand