Mary DeLeon

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BACKGROUND Pronounced arch obstruction can be seen after a well-repaired coarctation, and this probably results from the failure of a somewhat hypoplastic arch to grow or from clamp injury at the time of the initial repair, or from both causes. Because of mediastinal adhesions and minimal collateral circulation, use of extraanatomic bypass grafts appears to(More)
Most repair of heart lesions and pectus deformity has been performed in adult patients using long incisions, sternal splits, excision of deformed cartilages, and sternal turnover operations that could result in poor cosmesis and chest growth in children because of sternal devascularization. We performed simultaneous pectus repair and atrial septal defect(More)
BACKGROUND Obstruction of the pulmonary veins in total anomalous pulmonary venous drainage to the coronary sinus is generally considered rare. However, if it is present, the usual treatment of unroofing the coronary sinus will lead to a poor result. METHODS Four patients with total anomalous pulmonary venous drainage to the coronary sinus with obstruction(More)
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