Intrathoracic parallel heart transplantation in the dog
Zeitschrift für experimentelle Chirurgie
H Kalkowski, H Busch
The authors report on intrathoracic parallel heart transplantation which was experimentally tried on 10 mongrel dogs. The described technique is advantageous since it can be performed without extracorporeal circulation. The results of hemodynamic studies on graft and recipient heart vindicate further employment of this technique to study several problems of heart transplantation still unsolved.
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