Congenital Heart Disease in Adults 3rd Edition     

Chapter 1 - An Historical Perspective
Chapter 2 - International and National Scope
Chapter 3 - Specialized Centers for the Comprehensive Care of Adults with Congenital Heart Disease
Chapter 4 - Survival Patterns Without Cardiac Surgery or Interventional Catheterization: A Narrowing Base
Chapter 5 - Survival Patterns After Cardiac Surgery or Interventional Catherterization: A Broadening Base
Chapter 6 - Transthoracic and Transesophageal Echocardiographic Imaging: Anatomic and Physiologic Assessment
Chapter 7 - Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography
Chapter 8 - Infective Endocarditis: Risks and Prophylaxis
Chapter 9 - Pregnancy and Congenital Heart disease: The Mother and the Fetus
Chapter 10 - Genetics, Epidemology, Counseling and Prevention
Chapter 11 - Exercise and Athletics in Patients with Congenital Heart Disease
Chapter 12 - Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease: A Systemic Multisystem Disorder
Chapter 13 - Psychiatric and Psychosocial Issues
Chapter 14 - Neurological Disorders
Chapter 15 - Operation & Reoperation
Chapter 16 - Prosthetic Materials and Valves: Selection, Use and Long-term  Effects
Chapter 17 - Cardiac Transplantation
Chapter 18 - Transcatheter Interventions in Adults with Congenital Heart Disease
Chapter 19 - Non-Cardiac Surgery
Chapter 20 - Residua and Sequelae: A Perspective
Chapter 21 - Residua and Sequelae Involving Cardiac Valves
Chapter 22 - Electrophysiologic Abnormalities: Unoperated Occurrence and Postoperative Redidua and Sequelae
Chapter 23 - Normal Myocardial Growth  and the Development and Regression of Increased Ventricular Mass

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