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Tetralogy of Falot

J H Morriss, D G McNamara
Definitive, if not curative surgery is available for the eight most common congenital cardiac defects-ductus arteriosus, ASD, coarctation, pulmonary valve stenosis, aortic valve stenosis, tetralogy of Fallot, and transposition. The results of surgery for uncomplicated cases of DA, ASD, VSD, and coarctation usually can be determined by clinical means (including chest radiogram and ECG). Postoperative heart catheterization is recommended for evaluation of the patient who has had surgery for pulmonary valve stenosis or artic stenosis and is necessary after tetralogy of Falot or transposition of the great arteries repair to identify the important postoperrative residua and sequelae...
July 1975: Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases
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