Recommended Product: Atlas of Congenital Heart Disease Nomenclature: An Illustrated Guide to the Van Praagh and Anderson Approaches to Describing Congenital Cardiac Pathology
The Atlas of Congenital Heart Disease Nomenclature uses detailed illustrations and easy to read, bulleted text to instruct readers on the proper way to describe congenital cardiac pathology according to Dr. Richard Van Praagh and Dr. Robert H. Anderson. This groundbreaking resource is the first collaboration between the two anatomists that establishes the correct approach to both nomenclature systems. Each entry was edited by Dr. Van Praagh and Dr. Anderson themselves. Additionally, the text includes essays written by Dr. Van Praagh and Dr. Anderson in their own words to describe their approach to some of the ‘hot topics’ in congenital heart disease nomenclature, including single ventricles, double outlet right ventricle, and the bulboventricular foramen. The book is an excellent tool for trainees and experienced clinicians alike looking to improve their ability to communicate cardiac anatomy effectively.