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Women Cardiothoracic Surgeons Accept the New Yorker OR Cover Challenge

Mara Antonoff & Nikki Stamp
The Health, Medicine & the Body Issue of The New Yorker depicting four women surgeons at the operating table has inspired women surgeons around the world to recreate the cover and share their photos as part of the #NYerORCoverChallenge.Women cardiothoracic surgeons took on the challenge, and CTSNet is excited to share the completed photo collage. The photos show teams of women cardiothoracic surgeons, as well as solo surgeons. “Many of us are the lone women...

Sternum Reconstruction with a Triple Mesh Technique

Mohamed El Adel & Mohamed Alaa Nady
Abstract The sternum is an important component of the axial skeleton. Its intactness and stability are important not only for respiratory or chest mechanics, but also for mediastinal and hemodynamic stability. Sternal reconstruction may be difficult with extensive tumor and resection of the sternum with a risk of morbidity after surgery. This article presents the case of a forty-year-old male patient who underwent sternal resection and reconstruction for sternal chondrosarcoma using a triple mesh technique....

Sternum Reconstruction with a Triple Mesh Technique

Mohamed El Adel & Mohamed Alaa Nady
Abstract The sternum is an important component of the axial skeleton. Its intactness and stability are important not only for respiratory or chest mechanics, but also for mediastinal and hemodynamic stability. Sternal reconstruction may be difficult with extensive tumor and resection of the sternum with a risk of morbidity after surgery. This article presents the case of a forty-year-old male patient who underwent sternal resection and reconstruction for sternal chondrosarcoma using a triple mesh technique....

Direct Anatomic Reimplantation of Malignant Right Coronary Artery Without Aortotomy: A Two Patient Case Report

Douglas O’Connell & Amod Tendulkar
Background
Historically, direct reimplantation is a technique that requires a partial aortotomy and xeno-pericardial patch.1 A recent report outlined a simplified approach for the reimplantation of a right anomalous aortic origin of a coronary artery (AAOCA) that outlined a skeletonized technique that employs the principles of a standard aortic anastomosis in coronary artery bypass grafting.2 This technique mobilizes the coronary artery's proximal end by its removal from the aortic sinus. The excised hole can be...

Women Cardiothoracic Surgeons Took on The New Yorker OR Cover Challenge

Mara Antonoff & Nikki Stamp
The Health, Medicine & the Body Issue of The New Yorker depicting four women surgeons at the operating table has inspired women surgeons around the world to recreate the cover and share their photos as part of the #NYerORCoverChallenge.Women cardiothoracic surgeons took on the challenge, and CTSNet is excited to share the completed photo collage. The photos show teams of women cardiothoracic surgeons, as well as solo surgeons. “Many of us are the lone women...

Women Cardiothoracic Surgeons Took on The New Yorker OR Cover Challenge

Mara Antonoff & Nikki Stamp
The Health, Medicine & the Body Issue of The New Yorker depicting four women surgeons at the operating table has inspired women surgeons around the world to recreate the cover and share their photos as part of the #NYerORCoverChallenge.Women cardiothoracic surgeons took on the challenge, and CTSNet is excited to share the completed photo collage. The photos show teams of women cardiothoracic surgeons, as well as solo surgeons. “Many of us are the lone women...

Direct Anatomic Reimplantation of Malignant Right Coronary Artery Without Aortotomy: A Two Patient Case Report

Douglas O’Connell & Amod Tendulkar
Background
Historically, direct reimplantation is a technique that requires a partial aortotomy and xeno-pericardial patch.1 A recent report outlined a simplified approach for the reimplantation of a right anomalous aortic origin of a coronary artery (AAOCA) that outlined a skeletonized technique that employs the principles of a standard aortic anastomosis in coronary artery bypass grafting.2 This technique mobilizes the coronary artery's proximal end by its removal from the aortic sinus. The excised hole can be...

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