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OBJECTIVE Mitral valve repair is perceived to be of limited durability for advanced rheumatic disease in adults. We aim to examine the long-term outcomes of repair for rheumatic disease, identify(More)
OBJECTIVES Contemporary experience with mitral valve (MV) repair in the rheumatic population is limited. We aimed to examine the long-term outcomes of rheumatic MV repair, to identify the predictors(More)
OBJECTIVES Contemporary experience in mitral valve (MV) repair for children with rheumatic heart disease (RHD) is limited, despite the potential advantages of repair over replacement. We reviewed our(More)
OBJECTIVE We introduced primary arterial switch operation for the patient with transposition of great arteries and intact ventricular septum (TGA-IVS) who had more than 3.5 mm of posterior left(More)
OBJECTIVES We analysed the long-term outcomes of mitral valve (MV) repair in children and compared the repairs for both congenital and acquired lesions. METHODS A review of 634 children (≤18 years)(More)