J Cardiol. 2015 Jan 5. pii: S0914-5087(14)00345-1. doi: 10.1016/j.jjcc.2014.11.011. [Epub ahead of print] Echocardiographic screening for congenital heart disease in 8819 children: A report from local community events for children’s healthcare. Nishio S1, Kusunose K2, Yamada H3, Yamao M1, Hirata Y1, Mori K4, Matsuoka S5, Sata M3. Author information AbstractMore
Williams-Beuren Syndrome: Computed Tomography Imaging Review Karuna M. Das,Tarek S. Momenah,Sven G. Larsson,Shehla Jadoon, Abdullah S. Aldosary,Edward Y. Lee Abstract Williams-Beuren syndrome (WBS) affects young infants and children. The underlying etiopathogenesis of this rare disease is due to the mutation of the elastin gene that is responsible for the elasticity of the arterial wall. As […]More
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Kabuki syndrome, also known as Kabuki makeup syndrome and Niikawa-Kuroki syndrome, was initially described in 1988 by Niikawa et al. Congenital heart disease is commonly associated with Kabuki syndrome, with a reported incidence of 31â€“58% in large series ….More
Ultraschall Med 2005 26(1):9-16
2D and 3D Ultrasound in the Evaluation of Normal and Abnormal Fetal Anatomy in the Second and Third Trimesters in a Level III Center.
Merz E, Welter
Ultrasonic Biophysical Measurements in the Normal Human Fetus for Optimal Design of the Monolithic
Evgueni Fayn, MD, Howard A. Chou, PhD, DaeGyun Park, MD, PhD, Daniel H. Zavitz, MSc, Bettina F. Cuneo, MD, Vicki L. Mahan, MD, Mehmet GuleÃ§yuz, MD, Letitia Curran, RDMS, David Lipson, PhD,
Edmond W. Quillen, Jr., PhD, Boris M. Petrikovsky, MD, PhD, and Marc Ovadia, MD
The failures of current medical therapeutics for the management of fetal complete atrioventricular
block with hydrops fetalis, as well as the increasing number of fetuses at risk for acute bradycardia during interventional procedures and fetal surgeries, have inspired the author of this article to develop a monolithic pacemaker designed for closed-thorax, closed-uterus, closedâ€“maternal abdomen over-the-wire deployment under ultrasound guidance.