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  • Valve preservation in acute type A aortic dissection: 13-year experience. [Historical Article]
    J Cardiovasc Surg (Torino) 2008; 49(5):685-9Mastroroberto P, di Virgilio A, … Renzulli A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The experience with this technique demonstrates the effectiveness of valve conservative treatment within a vascular graft. The reconstruction of the sinotubular junction reducing annular dilatation with appropriated sized graft is obviously mandatory. Although this procedure is not applicable to every patient, we firmly believe that is a valid option when a morphologically intact valve is present.
  • Some immediate hemodynamic consequences of closure of atrial septal defects of the secundum type. [Journal Article]
    Circulation 1984; 69(5):905-13Søndergård T, Paulsen PK
  • The circumclusion method for surgical closure of atrial septal defects (ASDs) of the secundum type makes it possible, during surgery, to close and reopen the defect as desired. In each of 23 patients the following statistically significant pressure and flow changes were found when the ASD was closed: increasing mean pressures in the ascending aorta (from 74 to 87 mm Hg), left atrium (from 10 to 1…
  • Circumclusion of atrial septal defect in elderly patients. [Journal Article]
    Scand J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1980; 14(2):159-63Lomholt P
  • The results of surgical closure of atrial septal defect of secundum type (ASD) in 28 patients over 40 years of age with a closed method, circumclusion ad modum Søndergaard, are presented. One death occurred in the postoperative period caused by cerebral embolism in a patient with increased pressure in the pulmonary artery and atrial fibrillation. The most frequent postoperative complications were…
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