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Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery versus Coronary Stenting
The Development of Coronary Artery Surgery
The Texas Heart® Institute Award for Undergraduate Writing in the History of Cardiovascular Medicine and Surgery
Profulla Kumar Sen
Arch-First Technique Used with Commercial T-Graft
Hypercoagulable State Leading to Paraplegia in a Middle-Aged Man
Ventricular Assist Device Support
Anomalous Origin of the Right Coronary Artery from the Left Coronary Sinus
Unruptured Aneurysm of the Left Sinus of Valsalva Causing Coronary Insufficiency
Stenting for Proximal Para-Anastomotic Stenosis
Exercise Testing Induces Fatal Thromboembolism
Pneumopericardium in a Patient with AIDS
Coronary–Coronary Bypass
Improved Device for Sutureless Aortic Anastomosis
High-Grade Atherosclerosis of the Aorta
Editorial Commentary
A Ring in the Right Atrium
Giant Left Atrial Myxoma Presenting with Mitral Valve Obstruction
Cardiac Tamponade and Electrical Alternans
“Chest Pain”→
Practical Management of Pediatric Cardiac A rrhythmias
Myocardial Repolarization
Endovascular Therapy for Atherosclerotic Renal Artery Stenosis
Pulmonary Artery-to-Left Atrium Communication
Pulmonary Artery-to-Left Atrium Communication
Hazards of Chest Tubes after Pneumonectomy
Hazards of Chest Tubes after Pneumonectomy
Editorial Commentary
Saddle Embolus in Ethiopia
Balloon Sizing of Atrial Septal Defects