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Reply to Krumbhaar

“I was much interested in your case of mitral disease with what Lutenbacher calls mitral stenosis with interauricular insufficiency…"

Krumbhaar, Edward, B.

“I wonder if you could give us benefit of your experience in interpreting the congenital heart lesion, of which a copy is enclosed.”

Krumbhaar, Edward, B.

“We have had a recent addition to our museum of a case of congenital heart disease – a widely patent foramen ovale with marked fibrosis and narrowing of both mitral and tricuspid valves. I would have regarded the latter as probably rheumatic in or...

Reply to Krumbhaar

“I have examined it closely and it is as you say quite definitely a complete transposition of the arterial trunks, (Spitzer’s type III, Crossed Transposition), with closed ventricular septum…The point that interests me most is the question of the ...

Reply to Kissin

Correspondence between Abbott and Kissin between February 19, 1935 to October 18, 1935 regarding publishing Kissin’s manuscript, with some descriptions of cases. -- 17 pages.

Reply to Kline.

“Diagnosis: saccular aneurysm of ascending aorta with rupture of inner and middle coats and formation of healed dissecting aneurism? Of thoracic and abdominal aorta….”

Koplik, Lewis Henry. – New York.

[acknowledgement indicated by Abbott November 3, 1936] Regarding an autopsy performed at Cornell Medical College “on a 6weeks old infant (1850 grams in wt.) showing certain anomalies of the vascular system which I thought you might be interested i...

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