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Abbott ME. Congenital Cardiac Disease (1915) Osler & Mccrae's Modern Medicine 6, 2nd Edition.

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Congenital Cardiac Disease

By


Maude E. Abbott, B.A., M.D.

Mcgill University, Montreal, Canada


Reprinted From

Osler & Mccrae's Modern Medicine

Vol. IV, 2d Edition, 1915


Lea & Febiger

Philadelphia and New York


CHAPTER X. CONGENITAL CARDIAC DISEASE.

By MAUDE E. ABBOTT, M.D.


Definition. - Congenital cardiac disease may be defined as that condition in which, through arrest of development or disease occurring in intra-uterine life, anomalies in the anatomical structure of the heart or great vessels exist, leading to irregularities in the circulation. It is frequently associated with congenital cyanosis and clubbing of the fingers, and constitutes in extreme cases the morbus ccBndeus of the older writers.


Table of Contents

Maude Abbott (1869 – 1940)
  1. The Development of the Heart
  2. Literature
  3. Etiology of Congenital Cardiac Disease
  4. Cyanosis
  5. Classification
  6. Anomalies of the Pericardium
  7. Displacements of the Heart
  8. Anomalies of the Heart as a Whole
  9. Anomalous Septa
  10. Defects of the Interauricular Septum
  11. Defects of the Interventricular Septum
  12. Complete Absence or Rudimentary Development of the Cardiac Septa
  13. Defects of the Aortic Septum
  14. Pulmonary Stenosis and Atresia
  15. Dilatation of the Pulmonary Artery
  16. Congenital Aortic Stenosis or Atresia
  17. Primary Patency and Anomalies of the Ductus Arteriosus Botalli
  18. Coarctation of the Aorta
  19. Hypoplasia of the Aorta and its Branches
  20. Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment of Congenital Cardiac Diseases



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Abbott ME. Congenital Cardiac Disease (1915) Osler & Mccrae's Modern Medicine 6, 2nd Edition.

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1915 Congenital Cardiac: Congenital Cardiac Disease | Heart Development | Literature | Etiology | Cyanosis | Classification | Pericardium | Heart Displacement | Whole Heart | Anomalous Septa | Interauricular Septum | Interventricular Septum | Absence of Cardiac Septa | Aortic Septum | Pulmonary Stenosis and Atresia | Pulmonary Artery Dilatation | Aortic Stenosis or Atresia | Primary Patency and Ductus Arteriosus | Aorta Coarctation | Aorta Hypoplasia | Diagnosis Prognosis and Treatment | Figures | Embryology History | Historic Disclaimer


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