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Archives of cardiovascular diseases
Volume 105, n° 6-7
pages 366-372 (juin 2012)
Doi : 10.1016/j.acvd.2012.01.011
Received : 23 December 2011 ;  accepted : 22 January 2012
Fetal cardiac interventions: Myths and facts
Cathétérisme fœtal : mythes et faits

Figure 1

Figure 1 : 

Still echographic frames showing the various steps of pulmonary balloon dilatation after hepatic vein puncture: (A and B) the catheter is seen entering and advancing in the inferior vena cava; (C) short-axis view showing the catheter across the right ventricle and the pulmonary valve; (D) the balloon is shown inflated in the pulmonary valve area.

Figure 2

Figure 2 : 

Still echographic frames showing the various steps of epicardial stimulation: (A) the needle is shown in contact with the external border of the heart; (B) the pacing lead has been anchored on the atrial wall; M-mode still frames showing heart rate (C) acceleration and (D) deceleration, after pacing has been turned on and off.

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