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Title Right heart in congenital heart disease / edited by Andrew N. Redington [and others].
Imprint London : Greenwich Medical Media : Distributed worldwide by Oxford University Press, 1998.

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Subject Congenital heart disease in children.
Heart -- Right ventricle -- Abnormalities.
Heart Defects, Congenital.
Infant.
Child.
Alt Name Redington, Andrew.
Description 1 online resource (xv, 252 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Print version record.
English.
ISBN 0511043643 (electronic bk.)
9780511043642 (electronic bk.)
0585259380 (electronic bk.)
9780585259383 (electronic bk.)
1900151847
OCLC # 45727582
Additional Format Print version: Right heart in congenital heart disease. London : Greenwich Medical Media : Distributed worldwide by Oxford University Press, 1998 1900151847
Table of Contents
 Contributors 
 Preface 
Ch. 1The anatomy of the morphologically right ventricle / R. H. Anderson, S. Y. Ho1
Ch. 2Imaging the normal right ventricle / R. M. Freedom, C. Boutin9
Ch. 3Right ventricular function / A. N. Redington17
Ch. 4Pulmonary atresia with intact interventricular septum: diagnosis in the fetus / G. Sharland, A. Cook25
Ch. 5The UK and Eire collaborative study of pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum / P. E. F. Daubeney, S. A. Webber35
Ch. 6Pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum: the significance of the coronary arterial circulation / R. M. Freedom41
Ch. 7Tetralogy of Fallot: the anatomic arrangement / A. E. Becker49
Ch. 8Tetralogy of Fallot with pulmonary stenosis: imaging the abnormal anatomy / I. D. Sullivan57
Ch. 9Complete repair of tetralogy of Fallot: evolution of operative techniques and results over a 30-year period in 1398 consecutive patients / C. Planche, J. P. Binet67
Ch. 10Tetraology of Fallot: when is the optimal time for repair? / D. B. McElhinney, A. J. Parry, V. Mohan Reddy [et al.]75
Ch. 11The right ventricle in tetralogy of Fallot: the early postoperative period / S. Cullen81
Ch. 12Is the pulmonary valve important in repaired tetralogy of Fallot? / M. A. Gatzoulis85
Ch. 13Tetralogy of Fallot: predictors of sudden death / J. Till91
Ch. 14The pulmonary circulation: physiologic and pharmacologic developments / J. E. Deanfield97
Ch. 15Ventilating the heart and lungs / L. Shekerdemian103
Ch. 16Pulmonary haemodynamics and the Fontan circulation / M. R. de Leval113
Ch. 17The pulmonary circulation without a right ventricle: myocardial structure / S. Y. Ho, A. Dewar, D. Sanchez-Quintana117
Ch. 18The ventricle in the functionally univentricular heart / J. Lawrenson, M. Gewillig127
Ch. 19The Fontan circulation: risk factors / R. Franklin137
Ch. 20What is the role of the cavopulmonary shunt? / B. Sethia145
Ch. 21The role of the extracardiac conduit as a cavopulmonary anastomosis in the evolution of the Fontan procedure / E. Petrossian, D. B. McElhinney, V. Mohan Reddy [et al.]149
Ch. 22The right ventricle supporting the systemic circulation: short and middle term follow-up / J. Rychik157
Ch. 23Ventricular septation in patients with double inlet left ventricle / H. Uemura, T. Yagihara163
Ch. 24The anatomy of Ebstein's malformation / R. H. Anderson, S. Y. Ho169
Ch. 25Echocardiographic evaluation and diagnosis of Ebstein's malformation / M. L. Rigby, C. Mota177
Ch. 26Ebstein's malformation: natural history and clinical presentation / J. E. Deanfield185
Ch. 27Ebstein's malformation: surgical treatment and results / S. Chauvaud191
Ch. 28The Mustard and Senning procedures: long-term follow-up of rhythm / M. Gewillig197
Ch. 29The Mustard and Senning procedures: assessment of right ventricular performance / A. N. Redington203
Ch. 30Congenitally corrected transposition: morphologic features / A. E. Becker209
Ch. 31Congenitally corrected transposition: diagnosis and natural history / R. M. Freedom, C. Boutin, T. Yeh219
Ch. 32Congenitally corrected transposition: results of 'classical' surgery / P. R. Vouhe, D. Sidi231
Ch. 33Anatomic biventricular repair by intraventricular and intraatrial rerouting in patients with discordant atrioventricular connections / H. Uemura, T. Yagihara237
Ch. 34Double switch procedure for discordant atrioventricular connections / W. J. Brawn, B. Sethia, J. V. De Giovanni [et al.]243
 Epilogue: What have we learnt? / A. N. Redington249


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