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Archives of cardiovascular diseases
Volume 101, n° 6
pages 413-418 (juin 2008)
Doi : 10.1016/j.acvd.2008.05.012
Received : 18 January 2008 ;  accepted : 19 May 2008
Retrograde catheterization of the right heart in patients with occluded femoral veins
Le cathétérisme rétrograde du cœur droit dans les patients avec l’occlusion des veines fémorales
 

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Figure 1 : 

Patient 4 (Table 1). Hypoplastic left heart, having undergone a Norwood-Sano repair. (A) The catheter is advanced through the ascending aorta into the systemic right ventricle; a soft guidewire is advanced into the right pulmonary artery. (B) The anteroposterior view shows symmetrical pulmonary perfusion; pulmonary arteries are mildly hypoplastic. (C) The lateral view shows a tight stenosis at the junction between the conduit and the pulmonary arteries.

Patient 4 (Tableau 1) . Hypoplasie du cœur gauche ayant eu une réparation de Norwood-Sano. (A) Le cathéter atteint de l’aorte ascendante le ventricule unique. Un guide hydrophile est avancé jusqu’à l’artère pulmonaire droite. (B) Chez le même patient l’angiographie pulmonaire montre une perfusion pulmonaire symétrique et des artères pulmonaires un peu hypoplasiques. (C) L’angiographie de profil montre une sténose serrée à la jonction distale du conduit ventricule unique-artère pulmonaire.


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Figure 2 : 

Patient 3 (Table 1). Complex transposition of the great artery, having undergone pulmonary banding. The catheter is advanced from the aorta into the right ventricle, then into the right atrium as far as the innominate vein, showing the absence of the left superior vena cava.

Patient 3 (Tableau 1). Transposition complexe des gros vaisseaux ayant eu un cerclage pulmonaire. Le cathéter a été avancé de l’aorte jusqu’au ventricule droit, l’oreillette droite et le tronc veineux innominé, montrant l’absence d’une veine cave supérieure gauche .


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Figure 3 : 

Patient 1 (Table 1). Pulmonary atresia and ventricular defect. The right ventricular outflow has been reconstructed and the VSD left open. A balloon catheter is advanced through the ascending aorta into the right ventricle and the pulmonary outflow; pulmonary arteries have normal size and distribution. Occlusion of aortopulmonary collaterals was performed during the same procedure.

Patient 1 (Tableau 1) . Atrésie pulmonaire à septum ouvert. La voie droite à été reconstruite en laissant ouverte le défaut de septum ventriculaire. Un cathéter à ballonnet est avancé de l’aorte au ventricule droit, jusqu’à la voie d’éjection droite. Les artères pulmonaires ont une taille et une distribution normales. Cet enfant a eu une embolisation de collatérales aortopulmonaires pendant le même examen .

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