Sizing of Atrial Septal Defects

El-Said, Howaida G.; Bezold, Louis I.; Grifka, Ronald G.; Pignatelli, Ricardo H.; McMahon, Colin J.; Schutte, Deborah A.; Smith, E. O'Brian; Mullins, Charles E.
September 2001
Texas Heart Institute Journal;2001, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p177
Academic Journal
Presents information on a retrospective study to compare methods of measuring atrial septal defects and to identify factors affecting echocardiographic measurement of such defects before transcatheter closure with CardioSEALâ„¢ Septal Occluder. Research methods; Results and discussion; Conclusions.


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