Diagnosis of Congenital Aortic Septal Defects
Description of Two Cases and Special Emphasis on a New Method which Allows an Accurate Diagnosis by Means of Cardiac Catheterization
Two cases of aortic septal defect, diagnosed in life by means of cardiac catheterization, are described. An explanation is given of a method, used in these cases, whereby a correct diagnosis could be made before operation. Other methods for diagnosis and differential diagnosis are discussed.
- © 1956 American Heart Association, Inc.