Congenital Heart Disease by R. H. Anderson, Siew Yen Ho (auth.), F. J. Macartney (eds.)

By R. H. Anderson, Siew Yen Ho (auth.), F. J. Macartney (eds.)

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The segmental approach to diagnosis in congenital heart disease. In Birth Defects: Original Article Series. 8, pp. 4-23. (Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins) 7. Van Praagh, R. (1984). Diagnosis of complex congenital heart disease: morphologic-anatomic method and terminology. Cardiovasc. Intervent. , 7,115-120 8. , Menq, C. C. , Liberthson, R. , Paul, M. H. and Idriss, F. (1972). A concept of double-outlet right ventricle. ]. Thorac. Cardiovasc. , 64,271-281 9. Goor, D. A. and Lillehei, C. W. ) (1975).

H. (1982). Atrioventricular septal defects. What's in a name? ]. Thorac. Cardiovasc. , 83, 461-469. 2. Carpentier, A. (1978). Surgical anatomy and management of the mitral component of atrioventricular canal defects. In Anderson, R. H. and Shinebourne, E. A. ) Paediatric Cardiology 1977, pp. 477-486. (Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone) 3. Anderson, R. , Becker, A. , Freedom, R. , Macartney, F. , Shinebourne, E. , Wilkinson, J. L. and Tynan, M. J. (1984). Sequential segmental analysis of congenital heart disease.

Because right atrial systole must produce forward flow into the pulmonary artery, the repairs illustrated in (a) and (b) require the same obligatory relationship between right and left atrial pressures as is required for the atriopulmonary conduit (RA higher than LA pressure by an amount related to the resistance to right atrial outflow). Thus, consideration of closure of the atrial septal defect in patient (b) demands the same careful consideration of the determinants of the resistance to right atrial outflow, including tricuspid stenosis or left ventricular or mitral valve dysfunction, as would be required if the patient were undergoing a Fontan procedure.

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