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THE LEFT-SIDED SUPERIOR VENA CAVA
Abnormalities of the main systemic and pulmonary veins are arousing increasing interest. The object of this paper is to review our experience of 46 cases of the left-sided superior vena cava,Expand
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The aetiology of coarctation of the aorta.
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CONTINUOUS MURMURS IN CYANOTIC CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE
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MORBUS CŒRULEUS A STUDY OF 50 CASES AFTER THE BLALOCK–TAUSSIG OPERATION
The Blalock-Taussig operation for morbus cceruleus was described in February 1945. The position reached in September 1947 was presented to the International Conference of Physicians at that time andExpand
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DEXTROCARDIA AND ISOLATED LÆVOCARDIA I: ISOLATED LÆVOCARDIA
Isolated lkvocardia, with the heart on the left but with the abdominal viscera inverted, is less well known than its counterpart, isolated dextrocardia, but is not very rare. In this paper we areExpand
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Pathology of idiopathic cardiomegaly in Jamaica.
Twenty-one cases of idiopathic cardiomegaly which came to necropsy have been reviewed. A Investigations included injection and x-ray studies, careful microscopical examination and skip serialExpand
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Valvotomy for Mitral Stenosis
Our interest in valvotomy for mitral stenosis extends back over several years, although it was not until September, 1948, that our first patient was operated on. In June, 1950, we were able to reportExpand
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CONGENITAL HEART BLOCK
Accurate prognosis of any condition demands a knowledge of its natural history, and often this is less complete than we would wish. This is true of several congenital abnormalities of the heart andExpand
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Causes of malformations of the heart.
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  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 16 October 1965
cases reported did not readily fit in with this. Six years previously the influence of maternal rubella during the first three months of pregnancy in causing malformations of the heart, often withExpand
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Results of Pulmonary Valvotomy and Infundibular Resection in 100 Cases of Fallot's Tetralogy
We recently reported the results of Blalock-Taussig operations in 200 patients with morbus caeruleus, 165 of whom had Fallot's tetralogy (Campbell and Deuchar, 1953). We wish to add a parallel seriesExpand
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