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Palliative und korrigierende Operationen komplexer kongenitaler Vitien

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Auf dem Gebiet der Chirurgie angeborener Herzfehler zeichnet sich seit einigen Jahren eine faszinierende Entwicklung ab von einfachen Pallatiativeingriffen zu hochkomplizierten Korrekturoperationen. Die erste Kinderherzoperation erfolgte 1944 — die palliative Anlage eines systempulmonalen Shunts (2). Die erste offene Korrekturoperation eines Herzfehlers war erst 1953 möglich (11) — der Verschluß eines Vorhofseptumdefektes. Heute, knapp 40 Jahre später sind komplizierte Korrekturoperationen komplexer Vitien in der Neugeborenenperiode Standardeingriffe herzchirurgischer Kliniken geworden (6).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • U. Blum
    • 1
  1. 1.Herzchirurgische Abteilung, Chirurgische Klinik mit Poliklinik Univ. Erlangen-NürnbergErlangenDeutschland

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