Yun-Tao Li

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BACKGROUND Fetal congenital heart anomalies are the most common congenital anomalies in live births. Fetal echocardiography (FECG) is the only prenatal diagnostic approach used to detect fetal congenital heart disease (CHD). FECG is not widely used, and the antenatal diagnosis rate of CHD varies considerably. Thus, mastering the anatomical characteristics(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to create a database of anatomical ultrathin cross-sectional images of fetal hearts with different congenital heart diseases (CHDs) and preliminarily to investigate its clinical application. MATERIALS AND METHODS Forty Chinese fetal heart samples from induced labor due to different CHDs were cut transversely at 60-μm(More)
BACKGROUND Given the increasing number of patients who require dual antiplatelet (DAP) therapy and electrophysiological device (EPD) placement, perioperative antiplatelet management is a current challenge. In this study, we investigated the incidence of pocket hematoma formation after EPD placement in patients undergoing DAP therapy or an alternative(More)
OBJECTIVE To provide an anatomical basis for continuous transverse scanning of the fetal heart by analyzing the typical cross-sectional characteristics of different types of congenital heart deformities (CHDs) using an anatomical image database. MATERIALS AND METHODS The database consisted of cross-sectional images obtained from 45 cases of common fetal(More)
Objectives: We analyzed and summarized the ultrasonic and anatomical features of fetal Ebstein anomaly to improve the ultrasonographic diagnostic rate. Methods: We analyzed the fetal echocardiographs and either the postnatal echocardiographs or anatomical specimens of 13 cases of fetal Ebstein anomaly. The cases were divided into typical and rare types(More)
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