tetralogy


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tetralogy

1. a series of four related works, as in drama or opera
2. (in ancient Greece) a group of four dramas, the first three tragic and the last satiric
3. Pathol a group of four symptoms present in one disorder, esp Fallot's tetralogy
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A comparison of magnetic resonance angiography with conventional angiography in the diagnosis of tetralogy of Fallot.
Conclusion: Surgical correction of Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) in children after one year carries good operative outcomes with minimum morbidity and mortality.
Perioperative major aortopulmonarycollateral arteries (MAPCAs) coiling in tetralogy of fallot patientsundergoing for total correction.
Methods: The interventional study was conducted in Ali-ebne-Abitaleb Hospital, Zahedan, Iran, from September 2008 to March 2010, and comprised patients undergoing surgical repair of Tetralogy of Fallot.
Total quantity or scope: Lot 1 - C4 suture set for tetralogy of Fallot, 35 pieces - estimated 87896.
The plight of the boy who suffers from Tetralogy of Fallot -- four anatomical abnormalities of the heart which cause the oxygen level to drop, turning the patient blue -- was reported by Khaleej Times on June 12 and subsequently, his parents' SOS has been answered.
GlobalData's clinical trial report, "Tetralogy Of Fallot Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2013" provides data on the Tetralogy Of Fallot clinical trial scenario.
As such, it makes for a puzzling summation to the Russian director's "Men of Power" tetralogy.
The narrative, which is the first volume of his autobiographical tetralogy, both describes the daily life of incarceration at the prison and reflects on political developments in Spain and Cuba from his perspective as a young socialist.
Warren, a self-employed driver from Kenilworth, said: "When my son Samuel was just a couple of days' old we were told that he had Fallots Tetralogy, a congenital heart condition, and would need open heart surgery.
Causation, Agency, and the Law: On Some Subtleties in Antiphon's Second Tetralogy, JOEL E.