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Figure 2 :Zhouís technique. Three sides of the pericardial patch are attached and one side is open to function as a valve. The pericardial valve flap is placed on the left side of the defect. This allows the blood to flow from the right atrium (RA) to the left atrium (LA) or across the ventricular septum when used to close the ventricular septal defect. (Reproduced with permission from Zhou Q, Lai Y, Wei H, Song R, Wu Y, Zhang H. Uidirectional valve patch for repair of cardiac septal defects with pulmonary hypertension. Ann Thorac Surg 1995;60:1245Ė9, Copyright Society of Thoracic Surgeons)

Figure 2 :Zhouís technique. Three sides of the pericardial patch are attached and one side is open to function as a valve. The pericardial valve flap is placed on the left side of the defect. This allows the blood to flow from the right atrium (RA) to the left atrium (LA) or across the ventricular septum when used to close the ventricular septal defect. (Reproduced with permission from Zhou Q, Lai Y, Wei H, Song R, Wu Y, Zhang H. Uidirectional valve patch for repair of cardiac septal defects with pulmonary hypertension. Ann Thorac Surg 1995;60:1245Ė9, Copyright Society of Thoracic Surgeons)