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569 Wain, Drury, and Ross: Aortic Valve Replacement with Starr-Edwards Valves References 10. Shigenobu M, Mendez MA, Zubiate P, Kay JH: Thirteen years‘ experience with the Kay-Shiley disc valve for tricuspid replacement in Ebstein’s 1. Ross DN, Martelli V, Wain WH: Allograft and autograft valves used for aortic valve replace- ment. In Ionescu MI (ed): Biological Tissue anomaly. Ann Thorac Surg 29:423-427, 1980 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Valves. London, Butterworth, 1979 Gallotti R, Ross DN: The Marfan syndrome: sur- gical technique and follow-up in 50 patients. Ann Thorac Surg 29:428-433, 1980 Barnhorst DA, Oxman HA, Connolly DC, et al. Isolated replacement of the aortic valve with the Starr-Edwards prosthesis. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 70:113-118, 1975 Bodnar E, Haberman S, Wain WH: Comparative method for actuarial analysis of cardiac valve re- placements. Br Heart J 42:541-552, 1979 Macmanus Q, Grunkemeier GL, Lambert LE, et al: Year of operation as a risk factor in the late results of valve replacement. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 80:834-841, 1980 Santinga JT, Batsakis JT, Flora JD, Kirsh MM: Hemolysis in the aortic prosthetic valve. Chest Falk RH, MacKinnon J, Wainscoat J, et al: In- tramuscular haemolysis after valve replacement: comparative study between Starr-Edwards (ball valve) and Bjork-Shiley (disc valve) prostheses. Thorax 34:746-748, 1979 Andersen JD, Lyngborg K, Wennervole A, et al: Hyposideraemia and haemolysis in patients with Lillehei-Kaster or Starr-Edwards heart valve prostheses. Scand J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg Wain WH, Greco R, Ingegneri A, et al: 15 years’ experience with 615 homograft and autograft aortic valve replacements. Int J Artif Organs 69~56-61, 1976 13~271-275, 1979 3~169-172, 1980 11. Bjork VO, Henze A: Ten years’ experience with the Bjork-Shiley tilting disc valve. J Thorac Car- diovasc Surg 78:331-342, 1979 12. Smith JM, Dernbach TA, Cooley DA: Treatment of aortic insufficiency with a descending aortic valvular homograft: 19 year follow-up and his- torical perspective. Cardiovasc Dis, Bull Tex Heart Inst 7:206-213, 1980 13. Lefrak EA, Starr A: Cardiac Valve Prostheses. New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1979, p 86 14. Teply JF, Grunkemeier GL, Sutherland HD, et al: The ultimate prognosis after valve replacement: an assessment at twenty years. Ann Thorac Surg 15. Starr A, Grunkemeier GL, Lambert LE, et al: Aortic valve replacement: a ten-year follow-up of nonclothcovered vs. clothcovered caged-ball prosthesis. Circulation 56:Suppl 2:11-133-11-139, 1977 16. Barratt-Boyes BG: Cardiothoracic surgery in the Antipodes. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 78:804-822, 1977 17. Oyer PE, Stinson EB, Griepp RB, Shumway NE: Valve replacement with the Starr-Edwards and Hancock prostheses: comparative analysis of late morbidity and mortality. Ann Surg 186:301-309, 1977 18. Cohn LH: Bioprosthetic cardiac valves- anticoagulation or not? In Sebening F, Klovekorn WP, Meisner E, Struck E (eds): Bioprosthetic Cardiac Valves. Munich, Deutsches Herzzen- trum, 1979, p 107 32~111-119,1981 Notice from the American Board of Thoracic Surgery The American Board of Thoracic Surgery now A candidate applying for admission to the requires that candidates pass both the written 1983 certifying examination must fulfill all the and oral portions of the certifying examination. requirements for the Board in force at the time In 1980 and thereafter, a written examination the application is received. will be given prior to the oral examination. It Please address all communications to the will be necessary to pass the written examina- American Board of Thoracic Surgery, 14640 E tion before the oral examination can be taken. Seven Mile Road, Detroit, MI The closing date for registration for 1983 is Au- gust 1, 1982. The exact time and places of these examinations will be announced later. 48205.

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569 Wain, Drury, and Ross: Aortic Valve Replacement with Starr-Edwards Valves

References 10. Shigenobu M, Mendez MA, Zubiate P, Kay JH: Thirteen years‘ experience with the Kay-Shiley disc valve for tricuspid replacement in Ebstein’s

1. Ross DN, Martelli V, Wain WH: Allograft and autograft valves used for aortic valve replace- ment. In Ionescu MI (ed): Biological Tissue anomaly. Ann Thorac Surg 29:423-427, 1980

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Valves. London, Butterworth, 1979 Gallotti R, Ross DN: The Marfan syndrome: sur- gical technique and follow-up in 50 patients. Ann Thorac Surg 29:428-433, 1980 Barnhorst DA, Oxman HA, Connolly DC, et al. Isolated replacement of the aortic valve with the Starr-Edwards prosthesis. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 70:113-118, 1975 Bodnar E, Haberman S, Wain WH: Comparative method for actuarial analysis of cardiac valve re- placements. Br Heart J 42:541-552, 1979 Macmanus Q, Grunkemeier GL, Lambert LE, et al: Year of operation as a risk factor in the late results of valve replacement. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 80:834-841, 1980 Santinga JT, Batsakis JT, Flora JD, Kirsh MM: Hemolysis in the aortic prosthetic valve. Chest

Falk RH, MacKinnon J, Wainscoat J, et al: In- tramuscular haemolysis after valve replacement: comparative study between Starr-Edwards (ball valve) and Bjork-Shiley (disc valve) prostheses. Thorax 34:746-748, 1979 Andersen JD, Lyngborg K, Wennervole A, et al: Hyposideraemia and haemolysis in patients with Lillehei-Kaster or Starr-Edwards heart valve prostheses. Scand J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg

Wain WH, Greco R, Ingegneri A, et al: 15 years’ experience with 615 homograft and autograft aortic valve replacements. Int J Artif Organs

69~56-61, 1976

13~271-275, 1979

3~169-172, 1980

11. Bjork VO, Henze A: Ten years’ experience with the Bjork-Shiley tilting disc valve. J Thorac Car- diovasc Surg 78:331-342, 1979

12. Smith JM, Dernbach TA, Cooley DA: Treatment of aortic insufficiency with a descending aortic valvular homograft: 19 year follow-up and his- torical perspective. Cardiovasc Dis, Bull Tex Heart Inst 7:206-213, 1980

13. Lefrak EA, Starr A: Cardiac Valve Prostheses. New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1979, p 86

14. Teply JF, Grunkemeier GL, Sutherland HD, et al: The ultimate prognosis after valve replacement: an assessment at twenty years. Ann Thorac Surg

15. Starr A, Grunkemeier GL, Lambert LE, et al: Aortic valve replacement: a ten-year follow-up of nonclothcovered vs. clothcovered caged-ball prosthesis. Circulation 56:Suppl 2:11-133-11-139, 1977

16. Barratt-Boyes BG: Cardiothoracic surgery in the Antipodes. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 78:804-822, 1977

17. Oyer PE, Stinson EB, Griepp RB, Shumway NE: Valve replacement with the Starr-Edwards and Hancock prostheses: comparative analysis of late morbidity and mortality. Ann Surg 186:301-309, 1977

18. Cohn LH: Bioprosthetic cardiac valves- anticoagulation or not? In Sebening F, Klovekorn WP, Meisner E, Struck E (eds): Bioprosthetic Cardiac Valves. Munich, Deutsches Herzzen- trum, 1979, p 107

32~111-119, 1981

Notice from the American Board of Thoracic Surgery

The American Board of Thoracic Surgery now A candidate applying for admission to the requires that candidates pass both the written 1983 certifying examination must fulfill all the and oral portions of the certifying examination. requirements for the Board in force at the time

In 1980 and thereafter, a written examination the application is received. will be given prior to the oral examination. It Please address all communications to the will be necessary to pass the written examina- American Board of Thoracic Surgery, 14640 E tion before the oral examination can be taken. Seven Mile Road, Detroit, MI The closing date for registration for 1983 is Au- gust 1, 1982. The exact time and places of these examinations will be announced later.

48205.