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Cardiac Reconstructions with Allograft Tissues by Hopkins, R. A.

By Hopkins, R. A.

This guide is a guide meant for citizens at any level in their event, together with cardiothoracic fellowship. it's intended as a tenet to appreciate the pathophysiologic intent of motion within the working room and extensive care unit. Emphasis is put on body structure, anatomy, pathology, scientific administration, and surgical strategy.

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Lancet 1966;2:1446–1447. Ross DN, Somerville J. Use of the allograft aortic valved conduit. Ann Thorac Surg 1990; 50:320–322. Revuelta JM, Val F, Duran CMG. Reconstruction of right ventricular outflow and pulmonary artery with a composite pericardial monocusp patch: an experimental study. Ann Thorac Surg 1984;37:150–153. Goor DA, Hoa TQ, Mohr R, Smolinsky A, Hegesh J, Neufeld HN. Pericardial-mechanical valved conduits in the management of right ventricular outflow tracts. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1984;87:236–243.

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Homograft valve failure is complex and multifactorial and not amenable to oversimplified explanations such as presence or absence of viable leaflet cells or the type of insertion technique. The Homograft valve failure and competing risk: Usual means of depicting homograft valve failure is by the use of the Kaplan-Meier estimate of freedom of homograft valve rereplacement (or other endpoints such as valve degeneration). However, many patients, particularly elderly patients, die before a homograft valve requires re-replacement.

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