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(cardiomyopexy)
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  • Bio-technologies for a glandular stem cell cardiomyopexy. [Journal Article]
    Ann Anat 2009; 191(1):45-50Guldner NW, Klapproth P, … Grossherr M
  • The glandular stem cell cardiomyopexy should become a treatment option for end-stage heart failure. It combines an expected regenerative potential of transformed adult glandular stem cells into cardiomyocytes within the myocardium or onto the myocardium of the recipient and the potential of a hypercapillarized latissimus dorsi muscle (LDM) wrapped around the heart for stem cell nutrition and gird…
  • [Cardiomyopexy--current status of an indirect revascularization method]. [Review]
    Z Kardiol 1997; 86 Suppl 1:125-32Beyer M
  • From May 1993 to September 1995, six patients underwent a new myocardial revascularization procedure. These patients were not suitable for direct coronary artery surgery due to diffuse and peripheral coronary stenosis and severe angina pectoris (NYHA classes III-IV). Thus, indirect myocardial revascularization or cardiomyopexy was performed. This consists in the grafting of a free skeletal muscle…
  • Paced skeletal muscle for dynamic cardiomyoplasty. [Case Reports]
    Ann Thorac Surg 1988; 45(6):614-9Magovern GJ, Heckler FR, … Kao RL
  • Four patients, each with a history of myocardial infarction and diffuse coronary artery disease, underwent application of left latissimus dorsi (LD) muscle with intact neurovascular bundle to the anterolateral wall of the left ventricle. The muscle was conditioned over a six-week period subsequent to operation in 3 patients and was conditioned preoperatively with a burst stimulus in the fourth. B…
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