Congenital Heart Disease: A Surgical Color Atlas is a pictorial illustration with over 750 stunning photographs and line drawings that highlight important surgical, anatomic and pathologic points of congenital heart disease. This impressive work by a surgeon, a cardiologist, and a pathologist, features full-color images as seen through the surgeonas eyes, juxtaposed with line drawings to allow for the full examination of anatomic and surgical details. From the Preface: aThis Atlas may very well be the most accurate photographic description of congenital heart disease ever published.a - Hisashi Nikaidoh, MDThis group of malformations is unified by its characteristic common AV junction, which results in displacement of the AV node postero-inferiorly (Figure 5.1) ... A schematic diagram of complete AVSD representing a right atriotomy surgical view.
|Title||:||Congenital Heart Disease: A Surgical Color Atlas|
|Author||:||A. Sukru Mercan, MD, FETCS, Zakariya Hubail, BMedSc, MD, FAAP, S. Yen Ho, PhD, FRCPath, FESC, FHEA|
|Publisher||:||Cardiotext Publishing - 2015-01-31|