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2010-04-29 Management of Central Coronary Sinus Ruptures Using the Pericardial Patch Repair Technique

BACKGROUND: Intraoperative coronary sinus rupture is a rare event; however, it carries potential mortality and its' management is technically challenging. A repair technique should provide adequate bleeding control while avoiding...
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2010-04-29 Closure of ruptured coronary sinus by a pericardial patch.

Aharinejad S; Baumgartner H; Miksovsky A; Mohl W
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2010-04-29 Is activation of coronary venous cells the key to cardiac regeneration?

Myocardial regeneration for endogenous cardio­ protection is an attractive treatment option. The mechanisms by which cardiac cell therapy could induce myocardial regeneration and, ultimately, recovery of the failing heart,...
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2010-04-29 Getting to the heart of the matter

The origin and early development of coronary vessels is unclear, although the textbook view is that they arise from the proepicardium — a transitory structure in the embryo that contacts and spreads over the developing heart to...
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2010-03-30 The clinical potential of remote versus local conditioning in acute coronary syndromes

The simplicity of remote conditioning in acute coronary syndromes as well as obvious improvements reported by Bøtker and commented by Ovize in Lancet recently supports the quest for innate cytoprotection for damage control...
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