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• Section 1 - Structural And Functional Development
1. Terminology
2. Anatomy
4. The aetiology of congenital cardiac disease
5. Myocardium and Development
6. Physiology of the Developing Heart
• Section 2 - Prenatal Congenital Heart Disease
7. Imaging and Quantifying the Fetal Circulation in Congenital Cardiac Disease - Magnetic Resonance Imaging
8. Imaging and Quantifying the Fetal Circulation in Congenital Cardiac Disease - Ultrasound
9. Pharmacologic Intervention in the Fetus
10. Percutaneous Intervention in the Fetus, including post-natal management
11. The Placenta in Congenital Cardiac Disease
12. Optimising Prenatal Support of the Mother and Family
• Section 3 - General Topics
13. Incidence and Prevalence of Congenital Cardiac Disease
14. Financial Implications of Congenital Cardiac Disease
15. Prematurity, Low Birth Weight and Congenital Cardiac Disease
16. Surgical Techniques
17. SECTION - NOT A CHAPTER Heart Failure and Transplantation
17a. Cardiomyopathies
17b. Cardio-Oncology
17c. Myocarditis
17d. AcAcute Circulatory Failure: Pharmacological and Mechanical Support
Saul Flores, MD, Barbara A. Elias, RN, Lara S. Shekerdemian, MD, MHA
17e. Chronic Circulatory Failure: Physiology and Treatment
17f. Chronic Mechanical Circulatory Support
17g. Heart and Heart-Lung Transplantation
18. Diagnostic Catheterization, including the Adult with Congenital Cardiac Disease
19. Interventional Catheterization, including the Adult with Congenital Cardiac Disease
20. Cross Sectional Echocardiographic and Doppler Imaging
21. Three-Dimensional Echocardiography
22. Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography: Diagnostic imaging, Image Management and Assessment of Physiology and Function
23. Electrophysiology, Pacing and Devices
24. Cardiopulmonary Stress Testing
25. Pediatric Cardiovascular Data, Analysis, and Critical Appraisal of the Literature
• Section 4 - Specific Lesions
26. Isomerism of the Atrial Appendages
27. Anomalous systemic venous return
28. Pulmonary venous abnormalities
29. Interatrial communications
30. Division of Atrial Chambers
31. Atrioventricular Septal Defects
32. Ventricular Septal Defects
33. Diseases of the Tricuspid Valve
34. Diseases of the Mitral Valve
35. Tetralogy of Fallot with Pulmonary Stenosis
36. Tetralogy of Fallot with Pulmonary Atresia
37. Transposition
38. Congenitally Corrected Transposition
39. Double Outlet Ventricle
40. Common Arterial Trunk
41. The Arterial Duct: Its Persistence and Its Patency
42. Pulmonary Valve Stenosis
43. Pulmonary Atresia with Intact Ventricular Septum
44. Congenital Anomalies of the Aortic Valve and Left Ventricular Outflow Tract
45. Aortic Coarctation and Interrupted Aortic Arch
46. Congenital Anomalies of the Coronary Arteries
47. Vascular rings, Pulmonary Arterial Sling and Related Conditions
48. Fifth Aortic Arch
49. THIS IS A SECTION: The Functionally Univentricular Circulation
Introduction to Section 49
49a.Anatomic Considerations in the Functionally Univentricular Circulation
49b.The Fontan "Pathway": Physiologic Principles to Maximize Outcome in Patients with a Functionally Univentricular Heart
49c.The Fontan "Pathway": Surgical Strategies to Maximize Outcome in Patients with a Functionally Univentricular Circulation
49d. Interstage Management
49e. Longer Term Management and Outcomes for Patients with Functionally Univentricular Hearts
50. Abnormal Positions and Relationships of the Heart
51. Arterio-venous communications
52. Anomalies of the aortic root and aortopulmonary window
53. Cardiac Tumours
54. Kawasaki Disease
55. Acute Rheumatic Fever
56. Chronic Rheumatic Heart Disease
57. Infective Endocarditis
58. Pericardial Disease
59. Connective Tissue Disease and Aortopathies
60. Cardiological Aspects of Systemic Disease
61. Systemic Hypertension
62. Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Infancy and Childhood
• Section 5 - Beyond the Heart
63. The Systemic Circulation
64. The Pulmonary Vascular Bed: Physiology, Pathophysiology and Treatment
65. The Central Nervous System in Children and Young Adults with Congenital Cardiac Disease
66. Syndromes Associated with Congenital Cardiac Disease
67. Acute and Chronic Renal Consequences of Heart Disease in Children
68. Pharmacogenetics in the Treatment and Outcomes of Congenital Cardiac Disease and Heart Failure
69. Management of Congenital Heart Disease in Pregnancy
70. Preparing the Young Adult with Complex Congenital Cardiac Disease to Transfer from Paediatric to Adult Care
71. Psychological and Social Aspects of Paediatric Cardiac Disease
72. Ethics Issues and Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology
73. Models and Pathways of Care
74. Discharge Planning, Communication with the Team Providing Care in the Ambulatory Setting, and the "Medical Home"
75. Growth and Nutrition
76. Quality Improvement in Congenital Cardiac Disease
77. The Global Burden of Heart Disease in Children
78. Specific Challenges in Low and Middle Income Countries
79. Anesthetic Considerations for Cardiac and Non-Cardiac Surgery in the Child with Congenital Cardiac Disease
80. Telemedicine

As a leading reference on pediatric cardiology and congenital heart disease, Anderson's Pediatric Cardiology provides exhaustive coverage of potential pediatric cardiovascular anomalies, potential sequelae related to these anomalies, comorbidities and neurodevelopmental problems, and current methods for management and treatment. The fully revised 4th Edition addresses significant and ongoing changes in practice, including recent developments in fetal, neonatal, and adult congenital heart conditions as well as expanded content on intensive care, nursing issues, and societal implications. The outstanding illustration program provides superb visual guidance, and is now supplemented with a remarkable collection of more than 200 professionally curated, author-narrated videos.

• Gil Wernovsky, MD, FACC, FAAP, Staff Cardiologist, Cardiac Intensive Care Unit; Director, Program Development; The Cardiac Center; The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Professor of Pediatrics; University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
• Robert H. Anderson, BSc, MD, FRCPath, Joseph Levy Foundation Professor of Paediatric Cardiac Morphology Cardiac Unit, Institute of Child Health, University College London, London, UK.
• Kumar Krishna; Kathleen A. Mussato; Andrew Redington, Division Head, Department of Cardiology; Hospital for Sick Children; Senior Associate Scientist; University of Toronto; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
• James S. Tweddell.
• Justin Tretter, MD, The Heart Institute at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio