1.Gates, RM, Rogers, HM, Edwards, JE. The syndrome of cerebral abcess and congenital cardiac disease. Proc Staff Meet Mayo Clin 1947;22: 401–412.
2.Edwards, JE. Retro-esophageal segment of the left aortic arch, right ligamentum arteriosum and right descending aorta causing a congenital vascular ring about the trachea and eosophagus. Proc Staff Meet Mayo Clin 1948;23: 108–116.
3.Rogers, HM, Edwards, JE. Incomplete division of the atrioventricular canal with patent interatrial foramen primum (persistent common atrioventricular ostium). Report of five cases and review of the literature. Am Heart J 1948;36: 28–54.
4.Edwards, JE. Anomalies of the derivatives of the aortic arch system. Med Clin North Am 1948;32: 925–949.
5.Edwards, JE, Christensen, NA, Clagett, OT, McDonald, JR. Pathologic considerations in coarctation of the aorta. Proc Staff Meet Mayo Clin 1948;23: 324–332.
6.Edwards, JE, Clagett, OT, Drake, RL, Christensen, NA. The collateral circulation in coarctation of the aorta. Proc Staff Meet Mayo Clin 1948;23: 333–339.
7.Edwards, JE. “Vascular rings” related to anomalies of the aortic arches. Mod Concepts Cardiovasc Dis 1948;17: 1–3.
8.Edwards, JE, Burchell, HB. Congenital tricuspid atresia: a classification. Med Clin North Am 1949;33: 1177–1196.
9.Collett, RW, Edwards, JE. Persistent truncus arteriosus: a classification according to anatomic types. Surg Clin North Amer 1949;29: 1245–1267.
10.Edwards, JE, Du, Shane JW. Thoracic venous anomalies. I. Vascular connection between the left atrium and the left innominate vein (levoatriocardinal vein) associated with mitral atresia and premature closure of the foramen ovale (case 1). II. Pulmonary veins draining wholly to the ductus arteriosus (case 2). Arch Pathol 1950;49: 517–537.
11.Civin, WH, Edwards, JE. Pathology of the pulmonary vascular tree. I. A comparison of the intrapulmonary arteries in the Eisenmenger complex and in stenosis of the ostium infundibuli associated with biventricular origin of the aorta. Circulation 1950;2: 545–552.
12.Civin, WH, Edwards, JE. The postnatal structural changes in the intrapulmonary arteries and arterioles. Arch Pathol 1951;51: 192–200.
13.Edwards, JE, Du, Shane JW, Alcott, DL, Burchell, HB. Thoracic venous abnormalities. III. Atresia of the common pulmonary vein, the pulmonary veins draining wholly into the superior vena cava. IV Stenosis of the common pulmonary vein (cor triatriatum). Arch Pathol 1951;51: 446–460.
14.Edwards, JE. Malformations of the aortic arch system manifested as “vascular rings”. Lab Invest 1953;2: 56–75.
15.Kelsey, JR, Gilmore, CE, Edwards, JE. Bilateral ductus arteriosus representing persistence of each sixth aortic arch. Arch Pathol 1953;55: 154–161.
16.Clagett, OT, Kirklin, JW, Edwards, JE. Anatomic variations and pathological changes in 124 cases of coarctation of the aorta. Surg Gynecol Obstet 1954;98: 103–114.
17.Becu, LM, Swan, HJ, DuShane, JW, Edwards, JE. Ebstein malformation of the left atrioventricular valve in corrected transposition of the great vessels with ventricular septal defect. Proc Staff Meet Mayo Clin 1955;30: 483–490.
18.Becu, LM, Tauxe, WN, DuShane, JW, Edwards, JE. A complex of congenital cardiac anomalies: ventricular septal defect, biventricular origin of the pulmonary trunk and subaortic stenosis. Am Heart J 1955;50: 901–911.
19.Kirklin, JW, Harshbarger HG, Donald, DE, Edwards, JE. Surgical correction of ventricular septal defect: anatomic and technical considerations. J Thorac Surg 1957;33: 45–49.
20.Edwards, JE. The Lewis A. Conner memeorial lecture. Functional pathology of the pulmonary vascular tree in congenital cardiac disease. Circulation 1957;15: 164–196.
21.Lyons, WS, Hanlon, DG, Helmholz, HR, Jr., DuShane, JW, Edwards, JE. Congenital cardiac disease and asplenia. Report of seven cases. Proc Staff Meet Mayo Clin 1957;32: 277–286.
22.Edwards, JE, Burchell, HB. The pathological anatomy of deficiencies between the aortic root and the heart including aortic sinus aneurysms. Thorax 1957;12: 125–139.
23.Heath, D, Wood, EH, DuShane, JW, Edwards, JE. The structure of the pulmonary trunk at different ages and in cases of pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary stenosis. J Pathol Bacteriol 1959;77: 443–456.
24.Heath, D, Edwards, JE. The pathology of hypertensive pulmonary vascular disease. A description of six grades of structural changes in the pulmonary arteries with special reference to congenital cardiac septal defects. Circulation 1958;18: 533–547.
25.Heath, D, Helmholz, HE, Burchell, HB, DuShane, JW, Kirklin, JW, Edwards, JE. Relation between structural changes in the small pulmonary arteries and the immediate reversibility of pulmonary hypertension following closure of ventricular and atrial septal defects. Circulation 1958;18: 1167–1174.
26.Edwards, JE. Congenital stenosis of pulmonary veins. Pathologic and developmental considerations. Lab Invest 1960;9: 46–66.
27.Edwards, JE. The problem of mitral insufficiency caused by accessory chordae tendineae in persistent common atrioventricular canal. Proc Staff Meet Mayo Clin 1960;35: 299–306.
28.Burroughs, JT, Edwards, JE. Total anomalous pulmonary venous connection (a review). Am Heart J 1960;59: 913–931.
29.Neufeld, HN, DuShane, JW, Wood, EH, Kirklin, JW, Edwards, JE. Origin of both great vessels from the right ventricle. I. without pulmonary stenosis. Circulation 1961 ;23: 399–412.
30.Edwards, JE. The congenital bicuspid aortic valve. Circulation 1961 ;23: 485–88.
31.Neufeld, HN, DuShane, JW, Edwards, JE. Origin of both great vessels from the right ventricle. II. With pulmonary stenosis. Circulation 1961;23: 603–612.
32.Wagenvoort, CA, Neufeld, HN, DuShane, JW, Edwards, JE. The pulmonary arterial tree in ventricular septal defect. A quantitative study of anatomic features in fetuses, infants and children. Circulation 1961;23: 740–748.
33.Lucas, RV, Jr., Adams, P, Jr., Anderson, RC, Varco, RL, Edwards, JE, Lester, RG. Total anomalous pulmonary venous connection to the portal venous system: a cause of pulmonary venous obstruction. Am J Roentgenol 1961;86: 561–575.
34.Davignon, AL, Greenwold, WE, DuShane, JW, Edwards, JE. Congenital pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum: clinicopathologic correlation of two anatomic types. Am Heart J 1961;62: 591–602.
35.Johnson, AL, Wiglesworth, FW, Dunbar, JS, Siddoo, S, Grajo, M. Infradiaphragmatic total anomalous pulmonary venous connection. Circulation 1958; 17: 340–347.
36.Lucas, RV, Neufeld, HN, Lester, RG, Edwards, JE. The symmet rical liver as a roentgen sign of asplenia. Circulation 1962;25: 973–975.
37.Edwards, JE. On the etiology of calcific aortic stenosis. Circulation 1962;26: 817–818.
38.Shone, JD, Sellers, RD, Anderson, RC, Adams, PJ, Lillehei, CW, Edwards, JE. The developmental complex of “parachute mitral valve”, supravalvular ring of left atrium, subaortic stenosis, and coarctation of the aorta. Am J Cardiol 1963;11: 714–725.
39.Titus, JL, Daugherty, GW, Edwards, JE. Anatomy of the atrioventricular conduction system in ventricular septal defect. Circulation 1963;28: 72–81.
40.Edwards, JE. The direction of blood flow in coronary arteries arising from the pulmonary trunk. Circulation 1964;29: 163–166.
41.Ruttenberg, HD, Neufeld, HN, Lucas, RV, Carey, LS, Adam, PHJ, Anderson, RC, Edwards, JE. Syndrome of congenital cardiac disease with asplenia. Distinction from other forms of congenital cyanotic cardiac disease. Am J Cardiol 1964;13: 387–406.
42.Noren, GH, Raghib, G, Moller, JH, Amplatz, K, Adams, E, Jr., Edwards, JE. Anomalous origin of the left coronary artery from the pulmonary trunk with special reference to the occurrence of mitral insufficiency. Circulation 1964;30: 171–179.
43.Moller, JH, Lucas, RV, Jr., Adams, E, Jr., Anderson, RC, Jorgens, J, Edwards, JE. Endocardial fibroelastosis. A clinical and anatomic study of 47 patients with emphasis on its relationship to mitral insufficiency. Circulation 1964;30: 759–782.
44.Todd, DB, Anderson, RC, Edwards, JE. Inverted malformations in corrected transposition of great vessels. Circulation 1965;32: 298–300.
45.Ongley, FA, Titus, JL, Khoury, GH, Rahimtoola, SH, Marshall, HJ, Edwards, JE. Anomalous connection of pulmonary veins to right atrium associated with anomalous inferior vena cava, situs inversus and multiple spleens. A developmental complex. Proc Staff Meet Mayo Clin 1965 ;40: 609–624.
46.Raghib, G, Bloemendaal, RD, Kanjuh, VI, Edwards, JE. Aortic atresia and premature closure of foramen ovale. Myocardial sinusoids and coronary arteriovenous fistula serving as outflow channel. Am Heart J 1965 ;70: 476–480.
47.Jue, KL, Raghib, G, Amplatz, K, Adams, F, Jr., Edwards, JE. Anomalous origin of the left pulmonary artery from the right pulmonary artery, report of 2 cases and review of the literature. Am J Roentgenol 1965;95: 598–610.
48.Moller, JH, Edwards, JE. Interruption of aortic arch. Anatomic patterns and associated cardiac malformations. Am J Roentgenol 1965;95: 557–572.
49.peterson, TA, Todd, DB, Edwards, JE. Supravalvular aortic stenosis. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1965;50: 734–741.
50.Jue, KL, Noren, G, Edwards, JE. Pulmonary atresia with left ventricular-right atrial communication: basis for “circular shunt”. Thorax 1966;21: 83–90.
51.Mantini, E, Grondin, CM, Lillehei, CW, Edwards, JE. Congenital anomalies involving the coronary sinus. Circulation 1966;33: 317–327.
52.Jue, KL, Lockman, LA, Edwards, JE. Anomalous origins of pulmonary arteries from pulmonary trunk (“crossed pulmonary arteries”). Observations in a case with 18 trisomy syndrome. Am Heart J 1966;71: 807–812.
53.Simmons, RL, Moller, JH, Edwards, JE. Anatomic evidence for spontaneous closure of ventricular septal defect. Circulation 1966;34: 38–45.
54.Moller, JH, Nakib, A, Eliot, RS, Edwards, JE. Symptomatic congenital aortic stenosis in the first year of life. J Pediatr 1966;69: 728–734.
55.Moller, JH, Noren, GR, David, PR, Amplatz, KA, Kanjuh, VI, Edwards, JE. Congenital stenosis of individual pulmonary veins without intracardiac anomalies. Am Heart J 1966;72: 530–537.
56.Layman, TE, Edwards, JE. Anomalous mitral arcade: A type of congenital mitral insufficiency. Circulation 1967;35: 389–395.
57.Levine, MA, Moller, JH, Amplatz, K, Edwards, JE. Atresia of the common pulmonary vein: case report and differential diagnosis. Am J Roentgenol 1967;100: 322–327.
58.Moller, JH, Nakib, A, Anderson, RC, Edwards, JE. Congenital cardiac disease associated with polysplenia: A developmental complex of bilateral “left-sidedness”. Circulation 1967;36: 789–799.
59.Stanger, P, Benassi, RC, Korns, ME, Jue, KL, Edwards, JE. Diagrammatic portrayal of variations in cardiac structure. Reference to transposition, dextrocardia and the concept of four normal hearts. Circulation 1968;37,38 (Suppl IV): IV–1.
60.Stanger, F, Lucas, RV, Jr., Edwards, JE. Anatomic factors causing respiratory distress in acyanotic congenital cardiac disease: special reference to bronchial obstruction. Pediatrics 1969;43: 760–769.
61.Koretzky, ED, Moller, JH, Korns, ME, Schwartz, CJ, Edwards, JE. Congenital pulmonary stenosis resulting from dysplasia of valve. Circulation 1969;40: 43–53.
62.Becker, AE, Becker, MJ, Edwards, JE. Pathology of the semilunar valve in persistent truncus arteriosus. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1971;62: 16–26.
63.Becker, AE, Becker, MJ, Edwards, JE. Malposition of pulmonary arteries (crossed pulmonary arteries) in persistent truncus arteriosus. Am J Roentgenol 1970; 110: 509–514.
64.Becker, AE, Becker, MJ, Edwards, JE. Anomalies associated with coarctation of the aorta. particular reference to infancy. Circulation 1970;41: 1067–1075.
65.Becker, AE, Becker, MJ, Edwards, JE. Pathologic spectrum of dysplasia of the tricuspid valve. Features in common with Ebstein's malformation. Arch Pathol 1971;91: 167–178.
66.Schroeckenstein, RF, Wasenda, GL, Edwards, JE. Valvular competent patent foramen ovale in adults. Minn Med 1972;55: 11–13.
67.Edwards, JE, McGoon, DC. Absence of anatomic origin from heart of pulmonary arterial supply. Circulation 1973;47: 393–398.
68.Charuzi, Y, Spanos, PK, Amplatz, K, Edwards, JE. Juxtaposition of the atrial appendages. Circulation 1973;43: 620–627.
69.Tandon, RM, Moller, JH, Edwards, JE. Communication of mitral valve with both ventricles associated with double outlet right ventricle. Circulation 1973;48: 904–908.
70.Blieden, LC, Randall, PA, Castaneda, AR, Lucas, RV Jr., Edwards, JE. The “goose neck” of the endocardial cushion defect: Anatomical basis. Chest 1974;65: 13–17.
71.Marin-Garcia, J, Tandon, R, Moller, JH, Edwards, JE. Common (single) ventricle with normally related great vessels. Circulation 1974;49: 565–573.
72.Tandon, R, Edwards, JE. Tricuspid atresia. A re-evaluation and classification. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1974;67: 530–542.
73.Rose, AG, Beckman, CB, Edwards, JE. Communication between coronary sinus and left atrium. Br Heart J 1974;36: 182–185.
74.Tandon, R, Becker, AE, Moller, JH, Edwards, JE. Double inlet left ventricle. Straddling tricuspid valve. Br Heart J 1974;36: 747–759.
75.Knight, L, Edwards, JE. Right aortic arch. Types and associated cardiac anomalies. Circulation 1974;50: 1047–1051.
76.Knight, L, Neal, WA, Williams, HJ, Huseby, TL, Edwards, JE. Congenital left ventricular diverticulum. Part of a syndrome of cardiac anomalies and midline defects. Minn Med 1976;59: 372–375.
77.Shrivastava, S, Tadavarthy, SM, Fukuda, T, Edwards, JE. Anatomic causes of pulmonary stenosis in complete transposition. Circulation 1976;54: 154–159.
78.Stanger, P, Rudolph, AM, Edwards, JE. Cardiac malpositions: an overview based on study of sixty-five necropsy specimens. Circulation 1977;56: 159–172.
79.Sotomora, RF, Edwards, JE. Anatomic identification of so-called absent pulmonary artery. Circulation 1978;57: 624–633.
80.Sridaromont, S, Ritter, DG, Feldt, RH, Davis, GD, Edwards, JE. Double-outlet right ventricle. Anatomic and angiographic correlations. Proc Staff Meet Mayo Clin 1978;53: 555–577.
81.Edwards, BS, Edwards, WD, Edwards, JE. Aortic origin of conus coronary artery. Evidence of postnatal coronary development. BHJ 1981;45: 555–558.
82.Castaneda-Zuniga, W, Nath, HP, Moller, JH, Edwards, JE. Left-sided anomalies in Ebstein's malformation of the tricuspid valve. Pediatr Cardiol 1982;3: 181–185.
83.Braunlin, E, Peoples, WM, Freedom, RM, Fyler, DC, Goldblatt, A, Edwards, JE. Interruption of the aortic arch with aorticopulmonary septal defect. An anatomic review. Pediatr Cardiol 1982;3: 329–335.
84.Peoples, WM, Moller, JH, Edwards, JE. Polysplenia: a review of 146 cases. Pediatr Cardiol 1983;4: 129–137.
85.dwards, BS, Lucas, RV, Jr., Lock, JE, Edwards, JE. Morphologic changes in the pulmonary arteries after percutaneous balloon angioplasty for pulmonary arterial stenosis. Circulation 1985:71: 195–201.
86.Feigl, D, Feigl, A, Sweetman, KM, Lobo, FV, Moller, JH, Edwards, JE. Accessory tissue of the tricuspid valve protruding into the left ventricle through a septal defect. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1986; 110: 144–147.
87.Edwards, BS, Weir, EK, Edwards, WD, Lugwig, J, Dykoski, RK, Edwards, JE. Coexistent pulmonary and portal hypertension: morphologic and clinical features. J Am Coll Cardiol 1987;10: 1233–1238.
88.Tuna, IC, Edwards, JE. Aortico-left ventricular tunnel and aortic insufficiency. Ann Thorac Surg 1988;45: 5–6.
89.Pierpont, MEM, Gobel, JW, Moller, JH, Edwards, JE. Cardiac malformations in relatives of children with truncus arteriosus or interruption of the aortic arch. Am J Cardiol 1988; 61: 423–427.
90.Tuna, IC, Bessinger, FB, Ophoven, JP, Edwards, JE. Acute angular origin of left coronary artery from aorta: an unusual case of left ventricular failure in infancy. Pediatr Cardiol 1989; 10: 39–43.
91.Gikonyo, BM, Jue, KL, Edwards, JE. Pulmonary vascular sling: report of seven cases and review of the literature. Pediatr Cardiol 1989; 10: 81–89.
92.Lobo, FVHeggtveit, HA, Butany, J, Silver, MD, Edwards, JE. Right ventricular dysplasia: morphological findings in 13 cases. Can J Cardiol 1992;8: 261–268.