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    • An explanation of the unusual electrocardiographic findings in a patient with pulmonary agenesis and dextrocardia 

      Van Der Merwe P.-L.; Kalis N.N.; Gie R.P. (2000)
      Interpretation of the electrocardiogram (ECG) is extremely helpful in distinguishing between the different forms of dextrocardia. The patient in this report had agenesis of the right lung and dextroposition; the ECG mimicked ...

    • Secundum atrial septal defects - A review of 75 patients 

      Muller M.; Kerkhof M.; Van der Merwe P.-L. (2000)
      Secundum atrial septal defect (ASD) is the most common type of ASD within the spectrum of congenital cardiac abnormalities in children. In this retrospective study the data on 75 patients with a pure secundum ASD were ...

    • Tricuspid atresia - Profile and outcome 

      Keating P.; Van der Merwe P.-L.; Shipton S. (2001)
      Tricuspid atresia (TA) is the third most common cyanotic congenital cardiac lesion, with a mortality rate of 90% before the age of 10 years. Surgical intervention has reduced the mortality, but with unfavourable anatomy ...