Links

Nederlandstalige sites:
Nederlandse met ervaring met verschillende operaties: Rineke Rottiné
Symptomatische Pectus Excavatum bij Senioren: Paul Höppener
Nederlands Pectus Forum

 

Engelstalige sites/ gebruikte publicaties:
Ipectus : Pectus Support Community
Ontstaan van de Ravitch- en Nussprocedure voor de pectus excavatum: Donald Nuss
Gemodificeerde Nussbar techniek door middel van Multi-target Approach: Hyung Joo Park, Seung Jin Lee, Seock Yeol Lee, Cheol Sae Lee  Aansluitende publicatie, 2008 : Extreme eccentric canal type pectus excavatum: morphological study and repair techniques; Hyung Joo Park, In Sung Lee, Kwang Taik Kim.
Gemodificeerde Ravitch techniek in Berlijn, 2011: Patient satisfaction and clinical results 10 years after modified open thoracoplasty for pectus deformities; Funk JF, Gross C, Placzek R.
Andre Hebra, MD Chief, Division of Pediatric Surgery, Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics, Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine; Surgeon-in-Chief, Medical University of South Carolina Children’s Hospital.
James E. Davis, MD and Tina Davenport, ARNP (2008) “Pectus Excavatum: Frequently Asked Questions”, University of Iowa, Hospital & Clinics, department of cardiothoracic surgery
Robinson LK, Fitzpatrick E (2007). “Marfan syndrome.” Kliegman RM, Behrman RE, Jenson HB, Stanton BF. Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics. 18th edition. Saunders Elsevier; 2007:chap 700.
Richard E.Redlinger Jr., Gregory D. Rushing, Alan D. Moskowitz, Robert E. Kelly Jr., Donald Nuss, Ann Kuhn, Robert J. Obermeyer, Michael J. Goretsky (2009). “Minimally invasive repair of pectus excavatum in patients with Marfan syndrome and marfanoid features.” Journal of pediatric surgery.
Van Dijk H, Höppener PF, Siebenga J, Kragten HA (2011). “Medical photography: a reliable and objective method for documenting the results of reconstructive surgery of pectus excavatum.” Journal of visual communication in medicine 2011 Mar;34(1):14-21. (Lees hier)
Guldemond FI, Höppener PF, Kragten JA, van Leeuwen YD, Siebenga J (2008). “A woman with anginal symptoms and normal coronary arteries.” Nederlands tijdschrift voor geneeskunde, 2008 Dec 13;152(50):2750. (Lees hier)
Guldemond FI, Höppener PF, Kragten JA, van Leeuwen YD, Siebenga J (2008). “Cardiac symptoms due to pectus excavatum in a man over the age of 55.” Nederlands tijdschrift voor geneeskunde 2008 Feb 9;152(6):337-41. (Lees hier)
Sheila C. Rahal, Milton M. Morishin Filho, Eduardo Hatschbach, Vânia Maria V. Machado, Karina P. Aptekmann, and Thaís P. Corrêa (2008). “Pectus excavatum in two littermate dogs”, La Revue veterinaire Canadienne” , 2008 September; 49(9): 880–884.
Haller JA, Kramer SS, Lietman A (1987). “ Use of CT scans in selection of patients for pectus excavatum surgery: a prelminary report.” Journal of pediatric surgery, 1987;22:904-6
Saint-Mézard G, Chanudet X, Duret JC, Larrue J, Bonnet J, Bricaud H (1986). “Mitral valve prolapse and pectus excavatum. Expressions of connective tissue dystrophy? Archives des maladies du coeur et des vaisseaux Apr;79(4):431-4. (Lees hier)
Park JM, Varma SK (1990). “Pectus excavatum in children: diagnostic significance for mitral valve prolapse.“  Indian journal of pediatrics. Mar-Apr;57(2):219-22. (Lees hier)
Jeffrey P. Jacobs, MD. “Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Repair of Pectus Excavatum”, 2003/2008; CTSNet, the cardiothoracic surgery network.
Robert E. Kelly Jr, MD, Thomas F. Cash, PhD, Robert C. Shamberger, MD, Karen K. Mitchell, RN, Robert B. Mellins, MD, M. Louise Lawson, PhD, Keith Oldham, MD, Richard G. Azizkhan, MD, Andre V. Hebra, MD, Donald Nuss, MBChB, Michael J. Goretsky, MD, Ronald J. Sharp, MD, George W. Holcomb III, MD, Walton K. T. Shim, MD, Stephen M. Megison, MD, Lawrence Moss, MD, Annie H. Fecteau, MD, Paul M. Colombani, MD, Traci Bagley, RN, BSN, Amy Quinn, MS, Alan B. Moskowitz, MS (2008). Surgical Repair of Pectus Excavatum Markedly Improves Body Image and Perceived Ability for Physical Activity: Multicenter Study”, Pediatrics; official journal of the American academy of pediatrics.
Mark M. Ravitch (1948), “ The Operative Treatment of Pectus Excavatum”, Annals of surgery.
Vegunta RK, Pacheco PE, Wallace LJ, Pearl RH (2008). “Complications associated with the Nuss procedure: continued evolution of the learning curve.”, American journal of surgery, 2008 Mar;195(3):313-6; discussion 316-7. (Lees hier)
Zhang R, Hagl C, Bobylev D, Breymann T, Schmitto JD, Haverich A, Krüger M (2011). “Intrapericardial migration of dislodged sternal struts as late complication of open pectus excavatum repairs.” Journal of cardiothoracic surgery, 2011 Mar 30;6:40. (Lees hier)
Donald Nuss (2004). “Recent experiences with minimally invasive pectus excavatum repair “nuss procedure”, The Japanese Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, Volume 53, Number 7, 338-344, DOI: 10.1007/s11748-005-0047-1(Lees hier)
Cheng YL, Lee SC, Huang TW, Wu CT (2008). Efficacy and safety of modified bilateral thoracoscopy-assisted Nuss procedure in adult patients with pectus excavatum.” European Journal of cardio-thoracic surgery, 2008 Nov;34(5):1057-61. (Lees hier)
Frank-Martin Haecker (2010). “ The Vacuum Bell for Treatment of Pectus Excavatum: an Effective Tool for Conservative Therapy ”, Journal of Clinical and Analytical Medicine, 2011;2(1):1-4