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Quantification of Initial Right Ventricular Dimensions by Computed Tomography in Infants with Congenital Heart Disease and a Hypoplastic Right Ventricle

Goo HW

OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate the feasibility of using cardiothoracic CT for quantification of the initial right ventricle (RV) dimensions in infants with congenital heart disease (CHD) and a hypoplastic RV and...
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Advanced Medical Use of Three-Dimensional Imaging in Congenital Heart Disease: Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality, Virtual Reality, and Three-Dimensional Printing

Goo HW, Park SJ, Yoo SJ

Three-dimensional (3D) imaging and image reconstruction play a prominent role in the diagnosis, treatment planning, and post-therapeutic monitoring of patients with congenital heart disease. More interactive and realistic medical experiences...
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Never Too Old for a Congenital Heart Disease: A Case of a Unileaflet Mitral Valve in a 76-year-old Man

Salem A, Zachou G, Makuloluwa K, Kardos A

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CT-Based Essential Cardiac Anatomy for Radiology Residents to Understand Congenital Heart Disease

Goo HW

Congenital heart disease is often associated with severe clinical presentations demanding prompt imaging diagnosis and appropriate treatment. Therefore, radiologists, particularly radiology residents, should be familiar with essential cardiac anatomy in...
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Resolution of Protein-Losing Enteropathy after Congenital Heart Disease Repair by Selective Lymphatic Embolization

Kylat RI, Witte MH, Barber BJ, Dori Y, Ghishan FK

With improving survival of children with complex congenital heart disease (CCHD), postoperative complications, like protein-losing enteropathy (PLE) are increasingly encountered. A 3-year-old girl with surgically corrected CCHD (ventricular inversion/L-transposition of...
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The Significance of Self-Expandable Stents in Patients with Congenital Heart Disease in Current Era

Lee SY

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Self-Expandable Stents in Vascular Stenosis of Moderate to Large-Sized Vessels in Congenital Heart Disease: Early and Intermediate-Term Results

Jang GY, Ha KS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Vascular stenosis after surgical repair frequently occurs in congenital heart disease. Although conventional balloon dilation is a useful option for stenotic lesions, restenosis may occur. Consequently, balloon...
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Risk Stratification Models for Adults with Congenital Heart Disease

Park HK

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External Validation of 3 Risk Scores in Adults with Congenital Heart Disease

Ramchandani BK, Polo L, Sánchez R, Rey J, González , Díez J, Aroca A

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Adults with congenital heart disease (CHD) are an increasing group of patients thanks to the survival of over 85% of children with CHD. 20% of these patients...
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Metabolic Syndrome in Adult Congenital Heart Disease

Niwa K

In adult congenital heart disease (ACHD), residua and sequellae after initial repair develop late complications such as cardiac failure, arrhythmias, thrombosis, aortopathy, pulmonary hypertension and others. Acquired lesions with aging...
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Factors Influencing Physical Activity in Adolescents with Complex Congenital Heart Disease

Kwon SJ, Choi EK, Lee KH, Im YM

PURPOSE: We aimed to identify factors influencing physical activity in adolescents with complex congenital heart disease. METHODS: We recruited 92 adolescents with complex congenital heart disease from a tertiary medical center...
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The Effect of Multidisciplinary Approach on the Birth Rate of Fetuses with Prenatally Diagnosed Congenital Heart Disease

Kim ST, Song J, Huh J, Kang IS, Yang JH, Jun TG, Oh SY, Choi SJ, Roh CR

BACKGROUND: This study aimed to determine the effect of a multidisciplinary approach on the birth rate of fetuses with prenatally diagnosed congenital heart diseases (CHDs). METHODS: Among the fetuses of 724...
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Incomplete Form of Shone Complex in an Adult Congenital Heart Disease Patient

Shih BC, Lim JH, Min J, Kim ER, Kwak JG, Kim WH

Shone complex is a rare congenital disorder that involves 4 obstructive lesions of the left heart, as follows: parachute mitral valve, supravalvular mitral ring, subaortic stenosis, and coarctation of the...
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User-Friendly Vendor-Specific Guideline for Pediatric Cardiothoracic Computed Tomography Provided by the Asian Society of Cardiovascular Imaging Congenital Heart Disease Study Group: Part 1. Imaging Techniques

Hong SH, Goo HW, Maeda E, Choo KS, Tsai IC, Asian Society of Cardiovascular Imaging Congenital Heart Disease Study Group

Optimal performance of pediatric cardiothoracic computed tomography (CT) is technically challenging and may need different approaches for different types of CT scanners. To meet the technical demands and improve clinical...
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Image Quality and Radiation Dose of High-Pitch Dual-Source Spiral Cardiothoracic Computed Tomography in Young Children with Congenital Heart Disease: Comparison of Non-Electrocardiography Synchronization and Prospective Electrocardiography Triggering

Goo HW

OBJECTIVE: To compare image quality and radiation dose of high-pitch dual-source spiral cardiothoracic computed tomography (CT) between non-electrocardiography (ECG)-synchronized and prospectively ECG-triggered data acquisitions in young children with congenital heart...
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Clinical Features of Critical Congenital Heart Disease in Term Infants with Hypoxemia: A Single-Center Study in Korea

Choi EK, Shin JH, Jang GY, Choi BM

PURPOSE: This study was performed to determine the clinical features of full-term infants with hypoxemia detected by pulse oximetry and to establish the diagnosis of critical congenital heart disease (CCHD). METHODS:...
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An Unusual Adult Complex Congenital Heart Disease

Lee WC, Lee YW, Chua S

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Early Experiences with Ultra-Fast-Track Extubation after Surgery for Congenital Heart Disease at a Single Center

Kim KM, Kwak JG, Shin BC, Kim ER, Lee JH, Kim EH, Kim JT, Kim WH

BACKGROUND: Early extubation after cardiovascular surgery has some clinical advantages, including reduced hospitalization costs. Herein, we review the results of ultra-fast-track (UFT) extubation, which refers to extubation performed on the...
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Newborn Screening for Critical Congenital Heart Defects Using Pulse Oximetry

Shin J, Choi BM

Critical congenital heart defects can lead to serious morbidity and mortality if not found at the appropriate time. Although prenatal ultrasound and postnatal neonatal physical examination can detect the majority...
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The outcome of percutaneous stent implantation in congenital heart disease: experience of a single institute

Kim MS, Yoon JK, Kim SH, Bang JS, Jang SI, Lee SY, Choi EY, Park SJ, Kwon HW

PURPOSE: The efficacy of percutaneous stent implantation for congenital heart disease (CHD) in Korea, where stent availability is limited, has not been determined. This study evaluated the acute and midterm...
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