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Suzuki M - - 1995
A Rastelli-type operation was successfully performed on two patients with cyanotic congenital heart disease with pulmonary artesia (PA) and severe stenosis or obstruction of the pulmonary bifurcation, following the improvement of a pulmonary artery index (PA index) after palliative systemic pulmonary shunts. It is a point that stenotic or obstructive ...
- - 1995
5,379,149; 5,392,079; 5,404,247; 5,412,469; 5,414,439; 5,414,561; 5,416,325; 5,418,380; 5,420,947; 5,422,723.
Sievert H - - 1995
Transcatheter closure of persistent ductus arteriosus (PDA) with a diameter of > 9 mm is considered to be impossible or at least difficult with the occlusion systems that are currently available. We report a simple technique for occluding oversized PDAs with two diameter of 13 mm was successfully occluded in ...
- - 1995
5,280,340; 5,317,384; 5,325,175; 5,325,175; 5,331,470; 5,333,049; 5,343,287; 5,347,401; 5,361,155; 5,369,271; 5,378,892; 5,394,244; 5,396,329; 5,396,329.
McNamara T O - - 1995
The purpose of this study was to determine whether angiographic patterns correlate with the clinical severity of acute lower limb ischemia (ALLI) and with the outcome of treatment with percutaneous intraarterial thrombolysis (PIAT). A retrospective analysis was conducted of angiograms and case records of 186 consecutive PIAT infusions in 160 ...
Hyett J - - 1995
Pathological examination of the heart and great vessels was performed in 61 specimens obtained after surgical termination of pregnancy for psychosocial indications at 9-18 weeks of gestation. The aorta and pulmonary trunk were identified and external diameters were measured at the level of, and distal to the aortic valve and ...
- - 1995
5,351,320; 5,367,527; 5,375,130; 5,381,431; 5,388,111; 5,394,413; 5,406,194; 5,408,565.
Snaps F R - - 1995
A 3-month-old female mixed-breed pup was referred for evaluation and treatment of patent ductus arteriosus (PDA). Selective angiography was performed to confirm the diagnosis. A cone-shaped PDA with a large aortic base was outlined. A second selective angiographic procedure was performed to functionally close the PDA by use of thrombotic ...
McKeown P P - - 1995
A 14-year-old girl involved in a motor vehicle accident sustained an acute traumatic aortic transection at the site of a congenital ductal diverticular aneurysm. Aortic transection is a lethal injury that is uncommon in children. A ductal diverticular aneurysm is a rare congenital lesion, formed when the ductus arteriosus fails ...
Andrade A - - 1995
Thirteen patients with clinical suspicion of patent ductus arteriosus were evaluated by transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiographic studies. Findings were corroborated during corrective surgery in 8 patients and by cardiac catheterization in 5. Transthoracic echocardiography confirmed the diagnosis in 7 patients; in 2 of the patients endarteritis of the pulmonary artery ...
- - 1995
5,365,054; 5,384,657; 5,386,316; 5,386,317; 5,391,865; 5,392,149; 5,393,978; 5,394,266; 5,394,272.
Malcolm P N - - 1995
A series of ileal pouchograms from 25 consecutive patients has been analysed retrospectively. Ileal pouchography may demonstrate abnormalities which delay closure of the covering ileostomy. The aim was to determine whether disruption of the ileoanal anastomosis and/or leak at pouchography correlated with pelvic sepsis after ileostomy closure. Disruption of the ...
- - 1995
5,317,655; 5,354,987; 5,359,193; 5,360,970; 5,369,511; 5,371,358; 5,371,361; 5,371,570; 5,371,586; 5,373,396.
- - 1995
5,306,902; 5,345,456; 5,351,678; 5,353,322; 5,369,276; 5,373,137; 5,375,012; 5,379,157; 5,381,259; 5,381,269; 5,384,656; 5,386,105; 5,386,312;
Chiappa E - - 1995
This report describes a rare case of patency of the ductus arteriosus in the setting of ventricular septal defect and rudimentary pulmonary valve. We comment on the fetal, neonatal, and postmortem findings and speculate about the role of the ductus arteriosus in the development of dilatation of the pulmonary arteries ...
Marx G R - - 1995
Doppler color flow imaging has become indispensable in the diagnosis and management of patients with congenital heart disease. Certain defects may not be possible, or may be very difficult to diagnose by two-dimensional echocardiography alone. Such examples include multiple ventricular septal defects, anomalous pulmonary venous connection, coronary artery malformations, and ...
Chisholm J C - - 1995
A 14-month-old child underwent routine transcatheter closure of her patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) using the Rashkind double-umbrella device. She developed severe persistent hemolysis in association with residual ductal flow. The problem was managed by the previously unreported approach of standard surgical ligation of the duct via a left thoracotomy, leaving ...
Yanai S - - 1995
We report the case of a 13-year-old Japanese boy with a patent ductus venosus. He experienced mild disorientation and hallucination at age 8 years. Hyperammonaemia was discovered at age 12 years. Brain MRI demonstrated multiple intracranial hyperintense lesions, mainly in the globus pallidum, which suggested portosystemic encephalopathy. Patent ductus venosus ...
- - 1995
5,247,389; 5,257,278; 5,260,957; 5,262,657; 5,287,368; 5,317,348; 5,319,668; 5,323,404; 5,347,364.
Moore J W - - 1995
Recent studies have shown that small- and moderate-size patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) may be closed with occluding spring coils. As with other percutaneous devices, a low incidence of residual PDAs has been observed in medium-term follow-up. This report describes experience with closing residual PDA by repeat use of occluding spring ...
Puder K S - - 1995
Aneurysm of the ductus arteriosus may be either spontaneous or acquired as a complication of surgical closure of a patent duct. Patients may be asymptomatic or present with a wide spectrum of symptoms, including hoarseness, respiratory symptoms, aortic or pulmonary thrombosis or embolism, or rupture of the aneurysm. We present ...
Mielke G - - 1995
Alterations of the ductus arteriosus, e.g. occlusion, constriction or aneurysm, can influence the fetal and neonatal circulation. A case of fetal right atrial and ventricular dilatation, severe tricuspid valve insufficiency and transient pulmonary valve regurgitation at 32 weeks of gestation is reported. Structural heart defects and extracardiac diseases (e.g. high ...
Cheng C F - - 1995
A 20 days old female baby presenting with dyspnea was found to have coarctation of the aorta and patent ductus arteriosus by echocardiography. The Doppler spectral display disclosed mainly a left-to-right shunt through the ductus. Therefore, the prostaglandin El infusion was discontinued. She developed acute left heart failure, and the ...
- - 1995
5,187,539; 5,245,402; 5,285,320; 5,333,142; 5,333,487; 5,350,911; 5,350,911; 5,357,371; 5,357,372; 5,359,410; 5,361,129; 5,361,159.
Kawata T - - 1995
A 5-yr-old male had undergone a right-modified Blalock-Taussig shunt operation at the age of 1 mo for stenotic patient ductus arteriosus and pulmonary atresia with ventricular septal defect. Before a corrective operation, the angiogram revealed one large major aorto-pulmonary collateral artery from the descending aorta to the right upper lung. ...
- - 1995
5,257,140; 5,266,795; 5,309,276; 5,326,266; 5,337,146; 5,339,157; 5,339,193; 5,347,391; 5,347,398; 5,349,183.
- - 1995
5,179,562; 5,323,019; 5,323,413; 5,327,225; 5,329,137; 5,329,398; 5,339,182; 5,340,980.
Dai Z K - - 1995
To evaluate the relationship between concentrations of ANP in plasma of the right-sided central circulation and hemodynamic parameters in congenital heart disease with left-to-right shunt. We enrolled 20 children aged from 1 month to 4.8 years with ventricular septal defect (VSD) or patent ductus arteriosus (PDA). The concentrations of ANP ...
Camón J - - 1995
A newborn diprosopic female calf had a partially duplicated head with two faces each exhibiting a mouth, a snout, an anomalous incomplete mandible, two eyes and a lateral ear. A single ear with two small auditory canals was present on the midline between the two medial eyes. A type 1 ...
Pozza C H - - 1995
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES: A new occlusion device designed for use in a patent ductus arteriosus was tested in an animal model. METHODS: The device consists of a self-expanding conical-shaped stainless steel mesh, with hooks encircling the expanding end acting to secure the device within the ductus. A screw thread at ...
- - 1995
5,278,691; 5,280,370; 5,319,188; 5,319,978; 5,326,956; 5,326,962; 5,329,397; 5,329,399.
- - 1995
5,150,956; 5,157,461; 5,187,757; 5,189,488; 5,245,407; 5,260,962; 5,272,717; 5,280,493; 5,283,795; 5,296,699; 5,298,748; 5,298,762; 5,304,805; 5,309,271; 5,311,019; 5,311,022; 5,315,125.
Caixeta A M - - 1995
A newborn with transposition of the great arteries presented with rupture of the ductus arteriosus after balloon catheter atrioseptostomy. The necropsy study demonstrated persistent ductus patency, and a 0.5-cm-long horizontal fissure could be observed. On microscopy, there was laceration of the intimal layer, with wall dissection and focal hemorrhage extending ...
Garcia J A - - 1995
The diagnosis of a discontinuous left pulmonary artery arising from a left ductus arteriosus was made by two-dimensional and Doppler echocardiography in an infant with recurrent pneumonia. The diagnosis was later confirmed at cardiac catheterization and surgery. The suprasternal notch views were especially useful for the identification of the left ...
Murphy MP - - 1995
In the past, a persistent stapedial artery was frequently cited as a reason to discontinue stapes surgery, however, several authors have had success operating on the oval window despite the presence of a persistent artery. We present a case of a patient with conductive hearing loss and tinnitus successfully treated ...
Nishida T - - 1995
We describe the successful management of a 656-g preterm infant of 29 weeks' postconceptional age undergoing closed transventricular pulmonary valvotomy. The patient had a critical pulmonary stenosis and was treated with an infusion of prostaglandin E1, which resulted in excessive pulmonary blood flow through the ductus arteriosus. The key points ...
Momma K - - 1995
We studied 17 fetal rats with vascular ring composed of the left aortic arch and right ductus arteriosus and 7 fetal rats with the mirror-image arrangement. The vascular ring of this type was induced by administration of bis-diamine (200 mg) on the 9th and 10th day of pregnancy in rats. ...
Hussain R - - 1995
An unusual case of aortic arch dissection from a patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is described. An adult man had been diagnosed as suffering from pectus excavatum and PDA 10 years before. At that time the pectus was repaired, but he failed to return for surgery on the PDA and the ...
- - 1994
5,258,871; 5,278,694; 5,296,961; 5,307,675; 5,308,985; 5,309,255; 5,309,283; 5,313,202; 5,315,113; 5,315,122; 5,317,162; 5,319,968; 5,321,555; 5,323,259; 5,323,270; 5,327,218; 5,327,291.
Latson L A - - 1994
BACKGROUND: The USCI PDA Umbrella is a device to close patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) by a transcatheter technique. Human clinical trials have shown excellent efficacy in reducing or eliminating the PDA shunt, but concerns remain about the risk of infection with this device. The purpose of this study was to ...
DeVore G R - - 1994
The objective was to describe a technique using color Doppler to identify the outflow tracts of the fetal heart by directing the ultrasound transversely through the fetal chest. One hundred second- and third-trimester control fetuses were examined with real-time and color Doppler ultrasound. The ultrasound beam was directed cephalad, in ...
- - 1994
5,083,219; 5,153,670; 5,162,872; 5,260,814; 5,262,879; 5,267,063; 5,270,791; 5,280,788; 5,288,996; 5,289,299; 5,291,316; 5,293,873; 5,294,806; 5,295,208; 5,296,972; 5,297,436; 5,303,021; 5,305,083; 5,305,124; 5,305,138.
Gatzoulis M A - - 1994
OBJECTIVE: To assess the use of trans-catheter occlusion of a persistent arterial duct in symptomatic children < 2 years of age. DESIGN: Descriptive study of selected, non-randomised infants with persistent arterial duct who underwent attempted umbrella occlusion. SETTING: Tertiary referral centre. PATIENTS: Between June 1990 and April 1993, 29 young ...
Currie I C - - 1994
Pulse-generated run-off (PGR) is an established technique in the assessment of calf vessel patency. Dependent Doppler ultrasonography is proposed as a fast and simple alternative. Twenty-six limbs with severe ischaemia were evaluated by PGR, dependent Doppler examination and intra-arterial digital subtraction angiography (DSA). PGR was performed and scored as previously ...
Galal O - - 1994
Reopening of a previously totally occluded ductus arteriosus with the Rashkind umbrella device occurred in a 5-yr-old girl, a previously unreported occurrence. Total occlusion using a second device was successful. This report emphasizes the need for regular follow-up with color flow Doppler echocardiography to diagnose and exclude a residual ductus ...
- - 1994
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- - 1994
5,278,532; 5,287,213; 5,293,271; 5,293,272; 5,295,014; 5,296,689; 5,296,958; 5,298,972; 5,299,062.
- - 1994
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- - 1994
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- - 1994
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