Decompressing vein and bilateral superior venae cavae in a patient with hypoplastic left heart syndrome.
Echocardiography (Mount Kisco, N.Y.)
2016; 33 (9): 1428-1431
Low awareness of cardiovascular disease risk among low-income African-American women
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH PROMOTION
2000; 14 (5): 301-305
The levoatrial cardinal vein (LACV), first described in 1926, acts as a decompressing vessel for pulmonary venous return in cases of severe left-sided obstruction with an intact or significantly restrictive atrial septum. The LACV and the persistent left superior vena cava (LSVC) are thought to share similar embryologic origins. To challenge this notion, we present a unique case of a neonate with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, cor triatriatum, and a decompressing LACV in the presence of bilateral superior venae cavae.
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Focus groups were conducted with low-income African-American women in six different community settings in Northern California to assess their awareness of and concern for cardiovascular disease (CVD). These women had low awareness of the prevalence of CVD, attributed CVD to stress and low socioeconomic status, saw the media as an important source of health-related knowledge, and saw a need for more community awareness on CVD among African-American people.
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