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Congenital Malformations of the Heart, Volume II: Specific Malformations

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Publication: January 1961

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  • Foreword, by Edwards A. Park, M.D.
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • The Plan of the Book
    • 1. Embryology, Etiology, Basic Principles of Analysis, and Fetal Circulation
    • 2. Methods of Diagnosis
    • 3. Special Diagnostic Procedures: Angiocardiography, Aortography, and Cardiac Catheterization
    • 4. Cyanosis
    • 5. Medical Care
  • Index to Volume I
  • Part One: Malformations with a Venous-Arterial Shunt
    • 6. The Tetralogy of Fallot: Pulmonary Stenosis or Atresia Combined with Dextroposition of the Aorta
    • 7. Origin of Both Great Vessels form the Right Ventricle
    • 8. Tricuspid Atresia and Defective Development of the Right Ventricle
      • A. Tricuspid Atresia Combined with Defective Development of the Right Ventricle and with Normally Place Great Vessels
      • B. Tricuspid Atresia Combined with Complete Transposition of the Great Vessels
    • 9. Defective Development of the Right Ventricle
      • A. Defective Development of the Right Ventricle with an Intact Ventricular Septum
      • B. Defect in the Musculature of the Right Ventricle: Parchment Right Ventricle
    • 10. Complete Transposition of the Great Vessels
      • A. Complete Transposition of the Great Vessels with Both Great Vessels of Approximately Normal Size
      • B. Complete Transposition of the Great Vessels Combined with Enormous Dilations of the Pulmonary Artery
      • C. Complete Transposition of the Great Vessels Combined with Pulmonary Stenosis or Atresia
      • D. Complete Transposition of the Great Vessels Combined with Complete Interruption of the Aortic Arch
    • 11. The Taussig-Bing Malformation
    • 12. Absence of the Aortic Arch: Complete Interruption of the Isthmus of the Aorta
    • 13. Defective Development of the Left Side of the Heart
      • A. Aortic Atresia or Marked Hypoplasia of the Aortic Orifice Combined with Hypoplasia of the Ascending Aorta
      • B. Diverticulum of the Left Ventricle
    • 14. Truncus Arteriosus and Hemi-Truncus Arteriosus
      • A. Truncus Arteriosus
      • B. Hemi-Truncus Arteriosus
    • 15. A Single Ventricle and a Rudimentary Outlet Chamber
    • 16. Arteriovenous Aneurysms
      • A. Systemic Arteriovenous Aneurysms
      • B. Pulmonary Arteriovenous Aneurysms
  • Part Two: Malformations of the Right Side of the Heart (with or without a Venous-Arterial Shunt)
    • 17. Pulmonary Stenosis
      • A. Pure Pulmonary Stenosis
      • B. Stenosis in Either or Both Branches of the Pulmonary Artery
    • 18. Pulmonary Hypertension
      • A. Primary Pulmonary Hypertension With and without Patency of the Foramen Ovale
      • B. Pulmonary Hypertension with Persistent Patency of the Duictus Arteriosus
    • 19. Ebstein’s Anomaly: Congenital Downward Displacement of the Tricuspid Valve
  • Part Three: Malformation in which the Primary Shun Is from Left to Right
    • 20. Persisten Patency of the Ductus Arteriosus
    • 21. Aortic Septal Defect
    • 22. Anomalies of the Pulmonary Venous Return
      • A. Anomalies of the Pulmonary Venous Return to the Right Auricle
      • B. Anomalous Drainage of the Pulmonary Veins into the Inferior Vena Cava by Way of the Hepatic Vein
      • C. The Scimitar Syndrome
    • 23. Auricular Septal Defects
      • A. A Single Auricle
      • B. Auricular Septal Defects of the Ostium Secundum Type and Lutembacher’s Syndrome
      • C. Persisten Ostium Primum
      • D. Persisten Ostium Atrioventricular Commune
    • 24. Ventricular Septal Defects
      • A. Maladie de Roger
      • B. Large Ventricular Septal Defects and the Eisenmenger Complex
      • C. Defects between the Left Ventricle and the Right Auricle
    • 25. Aneurysm in the Sinus of Valsalva with Rupture into the Lesser Circulation
  • Part Four: Malformations on the Left Side of the Heart
    • 26. Anomalies of the Aortic Arch
      • A. Right Aortic Arch
      • B. Vascular Rings
      • C. Other Anomalies of the Aortic Arch
    • 27. Coarctation of the Aorta
    • 28. Anomalies of the Aortic Valve and of the Ascending Aorta
      • A. Bicuspid Aortic Valves
      • B. Aortic Stenosis
      • C. Aneurysmal Dilation of the Ascending Aorta
    • 29. Anomalies of the Coronary Arteries and other Condition which Affect the Myocardium of the Left Ventricle
      • A. Anomalous Origin of the Left Coronary Artery from the Pulmonary Artery
      • B. Coronary Arteriovenous Fistulae
      • C. Endocardial Foibro-elastosis
      • D. Glycogen Storage Disease
    • 30. Malformations of the Left Auricle
      • A. Anomalies of the Mitral Valve
      • B. Triauricular Heart
      • C. Aneurysmal Dilation of the Left Auricle
    • 31. Corrected Transposition: Transposition of the Ventricles Combined with Transposition of the Great Vessels
    • 32. Anomalies of the Systemic Venous Return
      • A. Anomalies of the Superior Vena Cava and the inferior Vena Cava
      • B. Absence of the Inferior Vena Cava
    • 33. Dextrocardia and Dextrorotation
      • A. Dextrocardia with Situs Inveruss
      • B. Dextrorotation of the Heart
    • 34. Situs Inversus with Levocardia: Transposition of the Auricles
    • 35. Complete Heart Block and Other Cardiac Arrhythmias
      • A. Congenital Complete Heart Block
      • B. Other Cardiac Arrhythmias
  • Visual Index
  • Index to Volume II