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Cardiac Reconstructions with Allograft Tissues
The use of cadaveric aortic valve homografts for the replacement of diseased aortic valves began at the Mayo Clinic in 1965. The impetus for initiating this program was concern regarding the available prosthetic valves, especially the hemodynamic characteristics and the incidence of thromboembolism, and the favorable early results achieved by Donald Ross 1 and Brian Barrett-Boyes 2 in the use of aortic valve homograft in the subcoronary position beginning in 1962. The potential of adoi:10.1007/0-387-26515-5_2 fatcat:d7b6zfxjbbfufpajsfkor4fnwi