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Program Offers Lifelong Congenital Heart Disease Care

Surgeons discuss the vexing issue of fragmented care paradigms

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August 15, 2023/Cardiac Surgery

Novel Double-Shunt Procedure for Rare Congenital Heart Disease Precludes Infant From Heart Transplant

Case is first of its kind to obviate heart transplant successfully

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New Pearls, Outcomes for Transconal Unroofing Procedure

Important additions to a novel surgical technique

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Advance Planning for Congenital Heart Defects Improves Outcomes

Team provides coordinated, multidisciplinary, patient-centered care for high-risk pregnancies involving a heart defect

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September 29, 2022/Heart, Vascular and Thoracic

Case Explained: Ventricular Switch Performed on 2-Month-Old

Infant with complex congenital heart anomalies thriving after biventricular circulation is restored

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September 19, 2022/Heart, Vascular and Thoracic

Congenital Heart Surgeon and Heart Anatomist-Imager Team Up To Improve Surgical Success

4-D imaging informs complex aortic valve repair in adult and pediatric patients

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January 3, 2022/Cardiology

Novel Surgical Technique Repairs Rare Coronary Artery Anomaly

Report details early outcomes of novel procedure

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December 30, 2021/Cardiology

Repairing Complex Valve Defects in Infants: Challenging, but Achievable

Repairing Complex Valve Defects in Infants: Challenging, but Achievable

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December 22, 2021/Surgery

Cleveland Clinic Fetal Surgeons Resect Rare Intrapericardial Teratoma

Continued pregnancy and delivery are only the second successful outcome worldwide

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October 5, 2021/Cardiology

Surgical Management of Symptomatic Neonates with Tetralogy of Fallot

Options have comparable survival rates, but other factors should drive the decision.

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