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Minerva Ginecologica 1999 July-August;51(7-8):299-302

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Congenital heart disease in pregnancy

Paternoster D. M., De Fusco D., Santarossa C., Laureti E.


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The clinical cases of three patients affected respectively by Eisenmerger's syndrome, Marfan syndrome, coarctation of the aorta are described. All patients belonged to NYHA class I or II. During pregnancy contact with cardiologists, anaesthetists, neonatologists was maintained and this allowed accurate management. Both pregnancy and delivery evolved without any complication and with a positive outcome for mother and newborn.

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