By Carole A. Warnes
Publications working towards physicians within the useful facets of the way to diagnose and deal with sufferers with congenital center diseaseReviews the commonest congenital cardiac anomalies obvious in practiceFocuses on either medical review and diagnostic imaging modalities in addition to useful administration matters, in addition to while to refer sufferers to tertiary care centresEach bankruptcy is preceded through a case examine to exemplify the problems that could be not easy in functional administration
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Adult Congenital Heart Disease (American Heart Association Clinical Series) by Carole A. Warnes