Evaluation of anomalous systemic and pulmonary venous return in a young child with heterotaxy: A case study - Implications for military dependent care

James Bedford Kinney, Matthew David Gilman, Stephen Laurence Bolt, David Charles Zenger, Charlotte Belser, Charles Allen Stillman, David Sahn

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The case of a young male patient with a complex admixture lesion who required a comprehensive anatomic evaluation before palliative cardiac surgery is presented. We describe a safe anesthesia protocol for obtaining the late-acquisition, gadolinium-enhanced, magnetic resonance angiographic images necessary to define the complex pulmonary and systemic venous anatomic features of his cardiac admixture lesion. Subspecialty physician staffing implications for the care of military dependants with congenital heart disease who might benefit from evaluation using this safe simple protocol and readily available magnetic resonance imaging technology are addressed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)324-327
Number of pages4
JournalMilitary Medicine
Volume173
Issue number3
StatePublished - Mar 2008

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Scimitar Syndrome
Gadolinium
Palliative Care
Thoracic Surgery
Heart Diseases
Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Anesthesia
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Technology
Physicians
Lung

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Kinney, J. B., Gilman, M. D., Bolt, S. L., Zenger, D. C., Belser, C., Stillman, C. A., & Sahn, D. (2008). Evaluation of anomalous systemic and pulmonary venous return in a young child with heterotaxy: A case study - Implications for military dependent care. Military Medicine, 173(3), 324-327.

Evaluation of anomalous systemic and pulmonary venous return in a young child with heterotaxy : A case study - Implications for military dependent care. / Kinney, James Bedford; Gilman, Matthew David; Bolt, Stephen Laurence; Zenger, David Charles; Belser, Charlotte; Stillman, Charles Allen; Sahn, David.

In: Military Medicine, Vol. 173, No. 3, 03.2008, p. 324-327.

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Kinney, JB, Gilman, MD, Bolt, SL, Zenger, DC, Belser, C, Stillman, CA & Sahn, D 2008, 'Evaluation of anomalous systemic and pulmonary venous return in a young child with heterotaxy: A case study - Implications for military dependent care', Military Medicine, vol. 173, no. 3, pp. 324-327.
Kinney, James Bedford ; Gilman, Matthew David ; Bolt, Stephen Laurence ; Zenger, David Charles ; Belser, Charlotte ; Stillman, Charles Allen ; Sahn, David. / Evaluation of anomalous systemic and pulmonary venous return in a young child with heterotaxy : A case study - Implications for military dependent care. In: Military Medicine. 2008 ; Vol. 173, No. 3. pp. 324-327.
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