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Norzila M Z - - 1994
We report a case of left pulmonary artery sling in a child who also had duodenal atresia. He was admitted for respiratory failure requiring prolonged respiratory support due to a bronchiolitis-like illness at two months of age. Diagnostic procedures confirmed the presence of left pulmonary artery sling. He had a ...
Nykanen D G - - 1994
OBJECTIVES: This study intended to evaluate application of transcatheter occlusion of the patent ductus arteriosus in children < 10 kg body weight. BACKGROUND: Transcatheter occlusion of the patent ductus arteriosus in the child weighing > 10 kg has been proved safe and effective. METHODS: We reviewed 74 consecutive patients weighing ...
- - 1994
5,082,350; 5,083,859; 5,089,023; 5,099,583; 5,100,230; 5,113,286; 5,166,508; 5,179,273; 5,202,689; 5,208,654; 5,216,236; 5,223,702; 5,223,910; 5,225,885; 5,225,893; 5,233,174; 5,237,388; 5,243,404; 5,247,343; 5,249,215; 5,256,885; 5,257,125; 5,257,132; 5,258,862; 5,260,826; 5,262,642; 5,262,646; 5,266,796; 5,267,015; 5,267,083; 5,270,528; 5,270,849; 5,270,853; 5,272,545; 5,272,568.
Belik J - - 1994
Vascular remodeling is commonly associated with pulmonary hypertension (PH) postnatally, but little is known about its presence in fetuses. In sixteen fetal sheep (126 wk gestation), the ductus arteriosus (DA) was ligated, and the animals were studied at 4, 8, and 14 days after surgery. The uninstrumented twins served as ...
- - 1994
5,192,978; 5,196,957; 5,202,742; 5,233,182; 5,233,188; 5,233,415; 5,260,768;
- - 1994
5,117,349; 5,193,015; 5,193,025; 5,210,398; 5,212,536; 5,233,454; 5,233,554; 5,235,177; 5,235,183; 5,235,438; 5,237,160; 5,237,452; 5,243,458; 5,245,472; 5,247,176; 5,249,081; 5,251,007; 5,253,088; 5,260,767.
Kerns S R - - 1994
A patient with pseudotruncus arteriosus who presented with a large mediastinal mass due to a systemic-to-pulmonary collateral artery aneurysm is reported. This aneurysm caused tracheal compression with resulting dyspnea and postobstructive pneumonitis, which are unusual presenting features in these patients. The differential diagnosis for a mediastinal mass arising in a ...
Yurdakul Y - - 1994
A six-day-old neonate was diagnosed with a severe form of the syndrome of absent pulmonary valve associated with pulmonary stenosis, aneurysmal dilatation of the pulmonary artery and rare findings including an intact ventricular septum and large ductus arteriosus. The patient underwent surgical repair by closed technique. Cardiac catheterization data, hemodynamic ...
Moore J W - - 1994
OBJECTIVES: This report summarizes our experience with the use of occluding spring coils to close the small patent ductus arteriosus. BACKGROUND: Several patent ductus arteriosus occluders (most notably the Rashkind device) have been developed and studied. Occluding spring coils have been used to close abnormal vessels and vascular connections. We ...
Whitlark J D - - 1994
Two cases of patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) and aortic stenosis are presented. Both were diagnosed at routine cardiac catheterization and significant aortic gradient was concomitantly encountered. The first patient had subacute bacterial endocarditis due to B. cereus infection. Eventually it was proven to be localized on the PDA on the ...
- - 1994
5,090,016; 5,090,019; 5,103,452; 5,116,133; 5,117,436; 5,118,922; 5,119,383; 5,121,400; 5,140,598; 5,151,817; 5,151,965; 5,159,601; 5,159,602; 5,159,603; 5,163,058; 5,166,818; 5,166,821; 5,175,736; 5,181,078; 5,185,750; 5,187,759; 5,194,917; 5,202,741; 5,206,922; 5,208,652; 5,208,695; 5,210,637; 5,212,698; 5,216,232; 5,216,739; 5,218,469; 5,223,911; 5,226,049; 5,239,186; 5,239,366.
- - 1994
5,148,235; 5,170,048; 5,172,252; 5,173,908; 5,191,206; 5,192,869; 5,192,981; 5,198,653; 5,198,895; 5,198,912; 5,201,220; 5,202,775; 5,206,499; 5,210,624; 5,214,685; 5,216,257; 5,218,471; 5,218,480; 5,221,834; 5,221,835; 5,221,839; 5,221,975; 5,221,990; 5,225,918; 5,227,915; 5,229,597; 5,239,183; 5,241,179; 5,241,419; 5,243,448; 5,243,466; 5,243,583.
Terris M H - - 1994
Respiratory distress in the neonate may be due to extrinsic tracheobronchial compression. We recently observed a neonate with left mainstem bronchus obstruction resulting in respiratory distress and mediastinal shift. Initial management required intubation and positive pressure ventilation. Bronchoscopic evaluation demonstrated compression of the proximal left main bronchus. The distal bronchus ...
Magee A G - - 1994
OBJECTIVES: To determine the causes and outcome of residual shunting after transcatheter occlusion of persistent ductus arteriosus with the Rashkind double umbrella occluder, and to determine the potential of the device to produce obstruction to flow in the aorta and left pulmonary artery. DESIGN: Angiographic examination of morphology of ductus ...
Gauffre S - - 1994
The authors describe a new case of persistent sciatic artery not yet described in the literature. This case is to be added to the four already existing classes of arterial vascularization of the pelvic members of certain animal species. This vascularization concerns two arteries of unequal significance according to the ...
Hamuryudan V - - 1994
Pulmonary arterial involvement is an important complication of Behçet's syndrome (BS). Among 2179 patients with BS, 24 (1.1%) were diagnosed as having pulmonary arterial aneurysms (PAAs). Haemoptysis was the presenting symptom in all but one. All were male. The mean age at the time of the diagnosis of PAA was ...
Nazarian G K - - 1993
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES: A new vascular occlusion device was tested in canine femoral and iliac arteries and in an animal model of a patent ductus arteriosus (PDA). METHODS: Four variations of the vascular plug were placed into 18 iliac or femoral arteries of 17 mongrel dogs. Follow-up angiography was performed ...
Wakui S - - 1993
The branching mode of the middle rectal artery from the prostatic artery was studied by gross dissection in 50 male dogs. The prostatic artery arose at the level of the 1st-3rd sacral vertebra from the internal pudendal artery, and gave off the ductus deferential and the middle rectal arteries, and ...
- - 1993
5,172,257; 5,191,216; 5,193,015; 5,202,744; 5,202,792; 5,204,516; 5,204,782; 5,208,701; 5,208,877; 5,210,400; 5,210,404; 5,210,409; 5,210,628; 5,210,646; 5,212,584; 5,212,593.
Luhmer I - - 1993
Stenosis or discontinuity of the central pulmonary artery at its bifurcation is often found in patients with congenital heart disease with intracardiac obstruction of the right side. The prevalence of this disease in autopsy cases is about 30%. The clinical prevalence has not been established yet because early diagnosis of ...
Boon E S - - 1993
A 37 year old woman was admitted to the hospital with acute severe asthma, shortly followed by respiratory failure and circulatory arrest. Despite intensive cardio-pulmonary resuscitation, during which extreme arterial hypoxaemia persisted, the patient died. Postmortem examination revealed a patent foramen ovale, with a diameter of 1 cm. A severe ...
- - 1993
5,048,937; 5,050,967; 5,054,924; 5,056,920; 5,069,545; 5,090,801; 5,111,055; 5,130,533; 5,150,170; 5,170,063; 5,170,268; 5,171,981; 5,173,748; 5,175,737; 5,175,757; 5,185,749; 5,187,756; 5,192,863; 5,194,980.
- - 1993
5,126,542; 5,152,597; 5,160,838; 5,170,269; 5,191,219; 5,191,392.
Martin E - - 1993
The development of the peritoneal folds of the testis, epididymis and ductus deferens of the pig prior to testicular descent was studied in 18 to 82 days-old embryos/fetuses. The parietal attachment of the mesonephros, mesonephric and paramesonephric ducts and gubernaculum constituted the urogenital mesentery. This could be divided in a ...
- - 1993
5,000,566; 5,004,310; 5,007,721; 5,134,882; 5,155,553; 5,159,656; 5,137,353; 5,166,813; 5,168,386; 5,170,049; 5,171,994; 5,172,000; 5,172,257; 5,173,598; 5,175,647; 5,175,755; 5,181,012; 5,181,224; 5,182,659; 5,185,647; 5,187,358; 5,187,359; 5,187,360; 5,192,980; 5,198,659; 5,200,861.
- - 1993
5,087,984; 5,087,987; 5,087,989; 5,095,199; 5,095,476; 5,100,223; 5,101,295; 5,110,207; 5,111,325; 5,114,238.
- - 1993
5,094,534; 5,096,293; 5,105,293; 5,105,295; 5,106,184; 5,110,204; 5,110,208; 5,111,322; 5,080,469; 5,110,217; 5,116,127; 5,118,189; 5,121,985; 5,132,976; 5,132,983; 5,133,600; 5,137,356; 5,137,358; 5,137,359; 5,137,360; 5,140,600; 5,141,315; 5,157,462.
Chenzbraun A - - 1993
Patent foramen ovale is associated with unexplained systemic embolic events or persistent hypoxemia. The diagnosis of a patient foramen ovale is based on the existence of an interatrial right-to-left shunt. Biplane transesophageal echocardiography with its increased ability to provide accurate anatomic detail may allow the visualization of the actual opening ...
Chatelain P - - 1993
Transient systolic murmurs in neonates and premature infants due to mild left (LPA) and right (RPA) pulmonary branch stenosis is recognized but follow up studies are lacking. We studied echocardiographically 21 neonates with murmur and 10 controls. Diameters of the main pulmonary artery (MPA), LPA and RPA were smaller in ...
- - 1993
5,090,400; 5,090,400; 5,108,172; 5,111,343; 5,113,284; 5,116,121; 5,116,126; 5,119,679; 5,120,128; 5,120,130; 5,120,133; 5,120,961; 5,123,730; 5,129,718; 5,129,724; 5,131,747; 5,136,164; 5,137,348; 5,138,159; 5,141,312; 5,142,403; 5,142,418; 5,144,356; 5,144,477.
Ge Z M - - 1993
Simultaneous continuous wave Doppler echocardiography, aortic and pulmonary artery pressure measurements were performed during cardiac catheterization in 46 patients with patent ductus arteriosus. Doppler-derived systolic, mean and diastolic transductal gradients correlated well with those measured by catheterization, respectively (r = 0.972, SEE = 6.8 mmHg; r = 0.965, SEE = ...
Abrams S E - - 1993
We studied the angiographic morphology of the arterial duct in neonates with congenital heart diseases. We defined the variations in ducto-aortic angle, number of tortuosities and site of insertion into the aorta of the duct in five diagnostic groups: (i) patent arterial duct (unobstructed) (n = 27), (ii) coarctation of ...
Hanley F L - - 1993
From September 1986 through December 1991, 63 patients with truncus arteriosus underwent surgical repair. The management approach evolved over the period of the study from elective primary repair at 3 months of age to elective primary repair in the early neonatal period. Thirty variables were examined as potential risk factors ...
- - 1993
4,856,876; 5,035,481; 5,037,203; 5,037,204; 5,046,803; 5,046,817; 5,048,935 5,048,936; 5,050,968; 5,050,990; 5,070,241; 5,071,231; 5,076,662 5,078,502; 5,080,483; 5,080,487; 5,080,488; 5,088,824; 5,089,711; 5,090,812 5,096,279; 5,096,297; 5,100,218; 5,100,230; 5,100,235; 5,100,236; 5,101,294 5,104,209; 5,105,287; 5,113,402; 5,106,174.
Zeiss J - - 1993
The median artery of the forearm appears early in embryological development and normally involutes before birth. In rare cases, it persists into adult life. Although usually asymptomatic, it can be a cause for carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). This report describes the MR appearance of a persistent median artery in a ...
- - 1993
5,044,727; 5,116,111; 5,120,940; 5,139,331; 5,133,599; 5,139,335; 5,142,417; 5,142,561; 5,143,435; 5,144,476; 5,144,497; 5,146,076; 5,146,080; 5,146,917; 5,149,949; 5,149,970; 5,150,172; 5,150,966; 5,151,585; 5,151,586; 5,151,592; 5,151,748; 5,151,820; 5,151,823; 5,151,826; 5,152,787; 5,152,788; 5,153,776; 5,155,616; 5,155,633; 5,157,258; 5,157,458; 5,157,460; 5,157,503; 5,157,532; 5,159,493; 5,159,496; 5,160,848; 5,161,059; 5,161,063; 5,162,949.
Oswald G P - - 1993
Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) and pulmonary hypertension were diagnosed in 5 related 12- to 24-week-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi dogs. A ductus diverticulum and small PDA were diagnosed in the pups' sire. Multiple factors likely contribute to the early development of pulmonary hypertension, including pulmonary hyperperfusion, genetic predisposition, and atmospheric pressure. ...
Kuribayashi T - - 1993
OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to analyze the relation between anomalies of the heart and aortic arch arteries in near-term rat fetuses exposed to the chemical bis-diamine. BACKGROUND: Bis-diamine is known to induce cardiovascular anomalies. METHODS: Bis-diamine was given orally to normal pregnant rats, and the 65 fetuses ...
- - 1993
4,884,874; 4,886,343; 4,884,874; 4,886,343; 4,902,108; 4,913,531; 4,925,276; 4,948,229; 4,964,684; 4,968,119; 4,968,120; 5,050,992; 5,051,571; 5,052,764; 5,052,765; 5,056,880; 5,056,901; 5,058,977; 5,059,027; 5,059,786; 5,061,025; 5,061,032; 5,062,094; 5,063,292; 5,063,586; 5,063,781; 5,064,259; 5,064,262; 5,067,782; 5,067,805; 5,069,532; 5,076,669; 5,080,490; 5,083,866; 5,090,795; 5,090,811; 5,092,342; 5,094,526; 5,102,222; 5,104,221; 5,104,224; 5,105,305; 5,106,193; 5,107,526; 5,108,183; 5,110,210; 5,112,121; 5,115,137; 5,118,181; 5,121,257; ...
Mainwaring R D - - 1993
The etiology of absent pulmonary valve syndrome is unknown. Several theories have been advanced to explain the associated findings of a rudimentary pulmonary valve, ventricular septal defect, aneurysmal pulmonary arteries, and absence of the ductus arteriosus. The patient presented here would contradict these currently held theories. A review of the ...
- - 1993
4,983,004; 4,983,022; 4,984,872; 5,033,853; 5,048,910; 5,050,989; 5,071,210; 5,073,006; 5,073,010; 5,078,464; 5,090,807.
Lam S - - 1993
A 52-year-old woman developed persistent epiphora in her left eye after undergoing occlusion of the left puncta. Two attempts to reopen the puncta with a one-snip procedure and placement of punctal silicone plugs failed. The epiphora resolved and the puncta remained patent after the patient underwent a third one-snip procedure, ...
- - 1993
4,963,017; 4,974,946; 4,984,855; 4,996,441; 5,002,347; 5,008,908; 5,009,486; 5,018,861; 5,020,905; 5,031,199; 5,031,993; 5,035,478; 5,044,750; 5,048,966; 5,049,753; 5,050,965; 5,050,966; 5,051,577; 5,056,895; 5,058,968; 5,061,027; 5,061,046; 5,062,694; 5,067,788.
Hussain A A Department of Cardiac Anaesthesia, Armed Forces Cardiac Centre, Riyad, Kingdom of Saudi - - 1993
A retrospective study of 28 neonates, admitted as emergencies with hypoxia due to inadequate pulmonary blood flow caused by congenital lesions in the pulmonary and/or tricuspid valves, showed a marked improvement in the degree of oxygenation after treatment with Prostaglandin E1 (PGE1) infusion. The side effects related to the PGE1 ...
Wang K Y - - 1993
The ligation of patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is a comparatively easy operation, but some complications are possible. The most common complication is incomplete ligation of the PDA; others include inadvertent ligation of the descending aorta or left pulmonary artery, transient rise in systemic blood pressure and increased left ventricular afterload, ...
Burke A P - - 1993
OBJECTIVES: This study was undertaken to determine whether thickening of the atrioventricular (AV) node artery is a cause of sudden cardiac death. BACKGROUND: Thickening of the AV node artery has been implicated as a cause of sudden death primarily on the basis of case reports. Few pathologic studies have compared ...
Ramaciotti C - - 1993
Although the diagnosis of coarctation of the aorta in the full-term neonate is straightforward when no ductus arteriosus is present, identification of coarctation of the aorta when a ductus arteriosus is patent can be difficult. A patent ductus arteriosus is frequently found in association with coarctation of the aorta, and ...
- - 1993
5,011,254; 5,040,872; 5,052,780; 5,066,127; 5,067,801; 5,069,548; 5,069,551; 5,071,207; 5,070,874; 5,071,209; 5,071,239; 5,072,104; 5,073,007; 5,073,016; 5,073,108; 5,074,629; 5,073,705; 5,074,645; 5,076,655.
Yu J - - 1993
A two-month-old female infant presented with intractable congestive heart failure and cyanosis, present since the neonatal period. The echocardiogram and angiogram showed a parachute mitral valve, aortic and subaortic stenosis, perimembranous type ventricular septal defect, mild aortic coarctation and patent ductus arteriosus. Unfortunately, the patient expired two days after surgical ...
Mohamed G - - 1993
A surgical technique is described for correction of truncus arteriosus type II, in which the confluence of the pulmonary arteries is translocated anteriorly to the divided truncal root. In this technique, the truncal root is reconstructed, and the ventricular septal defect is closed through a right ventriculotomy. The outflow tract ...
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