Neven Cace

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Williams-Beuren syndrome is a multysistem genetic disorder caused by the 1.6Mb hemizygous deletion involving the elastin gene in the region q11.23 of chromosome 7. The phenotype of Williams-Beuren syndrome is extremelly variable but the most common findings include cardiovascular disease, distinctive facies, mental retardation, a specific congitive profile,(More)
Objective. To present the case of an infant with a catheter related atrial thrombus resolved with local instillation of alteplase. Clinical presentation. Echocardiography (ECHO) was performed in an infant with sepsis to estimate cardiac contractility, and a large mobile thrombus (28 x 8 mm) was detected in the right atrium. A left subclavian, double lumen,(More)
The treatment of the children with congenital heart disease (CHD) is not the same in different parts of the world. In Europe, a patway for international cooperation in the field of care for children with CHD is not yet well established, and higly dependent on national structures and cooperation. We established the Register of CHD in Croatia using the(More)
We report a development of severe haemolysis after complete transcatheter closure of patent arterial duct. Aortography and echocardiography revealed no signs of residual shunt. Haemolysis occurred a day after the implantation. Aortography was performed and the extrusion of coil in aorta was evident. The extruded part of the coil was surgically removed. No(More)
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