Normal cardiac function with a hybrid heart.


A left ventricular bypass procedure using a cardiac allograft was performed in a patient with a long history of rheumatic heart disease and two aortic valve replacements. Normal cardiac function was reestablished, and the only problem following transplantation was that of serious arrhythmias involving the recipient heart. Eighteen months after left… (More)


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@article{Losman1978NormalCF, title={Normal cardiac function with a hybrid heart.}, author={J G Losman and Annalisa Curcio and Cynthia Barnard}, journal={The Annals of thoracic surgery}, year={1978}, volume={26 2}, pages={177-84} }