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Classification of the functionally univentricular heart: unity from mapped codes

  • Jeffrey P. Jacobs (a1), Rodney C. G. Franklin (a2), Marshall L. Jacobs (a3), Steven D. Colan (a4), Christo I. Tchervenkov (a5), Bohdan Maruszewski (a6), J. William Gaynor (a7), Thomas L. Spray (a7), Giovanni Stellin (a8), Vera D. Aiello (a9), Marie J. Béland (a5), Otto N. Krogmann (a10), Hiromi Kurosawa (a11), Paul M. Weinberg (a7), Martin J. Elliott (a12), Constantine Mavroudis (a13) and Robert H. Anderson (a14)...

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The nomenclature and classification of patients with a functionally univentricular heart has been debated for decades. We review here the approach taken for dealing with this group of patients by the International Working Group for Mapping and Coding of Nomenclatures for Paediatric and Congenital Cardiac Disease. We discuss the approach of this Nomenclature Working Group in the context of other historical and contemporary ideas about this topic.

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Correspondence to: Jeffrey P. Jacobs MD, FACS, FACC, FCCP, Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeon, The Congenital Heart Institute of Florida, All Children's Hospital, Children's Hospital of Tampa, University of South Florida, Cardiac Surgical Associates, 603 Seventh Street South, Suite 450, Saint Petersburg, FL 33701, USA. Tel: +1 727 822 6666; Fax: +1 727 821 5994; E-mail: JeffJacobs@msn.com

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