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Early and late atrial dysrhythmias after modified Fontan operation.Academic Article Why?
Fontan operation for hypoplastic left heart syndrome with absent aortic valve.Academic Article Why?
Modified Fontan operation in functionally univentricular hearts: preoperative risk factors and intermediate results.Academic Article Why?
Prophylaxis of thromboembolic complications after the Fontan operation (total cavopulmonary anastomosis).Academic Article Why?
The Fontan procedure our Odyssey continues.Academic Article Why?
Total cavopulmonary conversion and maze procedure for patients with failure of the Fontan operation.Academic Article Why?
Successful clinical application of tissue-engineered graft for extracardiac Fontan operation.Academic Article Why?
Bidirectional Glenn shunt in association with congenital heart repairs: the 1(1/2) ventricular repair.Academic Article Why?
Direct tricuspid closure versus atrial partitioning in Fontan operation for complex lesions.Academic Article Why?
Simplified antegrade cerebral perfusion and myocardial protection during stage I Norwood procedure.Academic Article Why?
Unexpected lung scan pattern after Fontan operation for tricuspid atresia.Academic Article Why?
Fontan ProcedureConcept Why?
Modified Fontan procedure for Ebstein's anomaly of the tricuspid valve--an alternative surgical approach preserving Ebstein's anatomy.Academic Article Why?
Roberson, DavidPerson Why?
Pulmonary venous wedge pressure provides an accurate assessment of pulmonary artery pressure in children with a bidirectional Glenn shunt.Academic Article Why?
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