Genetic Link to Unusual Cardiac Diagnosis

Mowery, Bernice; Suddaby, Beth
November 2003
Pediatric Nursing;Nov/Dec2003, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p442
Academic Journal
Presents a Critical Care Critical Thinking Problem designed to test a pediatric nurse's problem solving and analysis abilities. Presentation of the problem; List of tumors resulting in masses in intracardiac tissues; Some screening exams at regular intervals that were conducted to the patient due to the involvement of multiple organ system with tuberous sclerosis complex.


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