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Mark Michael Ravitch - bibliography

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Biography

American paediatric surgeon, 1910-1989.

Bibliography

  • M. M. Ravitch, D. C. Sabiston Jr:
    Anal Ileostomy With Preservation of the Sphincter.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, Chicago, 1947, 84: 1095-1099.
  • Alvin J. Gordon, Eugene Braunwald, Mark M. Ravitch:
    Simultaneous Pressure Pulses in the Human Left Atrium, Ventricle and Aorta: Preliminary Communication.
    Circulation Research, September 1954, 2 (5): 432-433
  • Eugene Braunwald, Howard L. Moscovitz, Salomao S. Amram, Richard P. Lasser, Samuel O. Sapin, Aaron Himmelstein, Mark M. Ravitch, and Alvin J. Gordon:
    Timing of Electrical and Mechanical Events of the Left Side of the Human Heart.
    Journal of Applied Physiology, Washington D.C, 1955, 8: 309-314.
  • Eugene Braunwald, Howard L. Moscovitz, Salomao S. Amram, Richard P. Lasser, Samuel O. Sapin, Aaron Himmelstein, Mark M. Ravitch, and Alvin J. Gordon:
    The Hemodynamics of the Left Side of the Heart as Studied by Simultaneous Left Atrial, Left Ventricular, and Aortic Pressures; Particular Reference to Mitral Stenosis.
    Circulation, July 1955, 12 (1): 69-81.
  • Mark M. Ravitch:
    Intussusception in Infants and Children.
    Illinois, Charles C Thomas Publisher, 1959. 121 pages.
  • Mark M. Ravitch, editor:
    The Papers of Alfred Blalock.
    2 volumes. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1966.
  • Mark M. Ravitch:
    A Century of Surgery 1880-1980. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1981. 1612 pages.
    History of the American Surgical Association’
  • FĂ©licien M. Steichen and M. M. Ravitch:
    Stapling in Surgery. Chicago; London, Year Book Medical Publishers, 1984: 32-77.
  • Mark M. Ravitch and Richard N. Matzen:
    Pulmonary Insufficiency in Pectus Excavatum Associated with Left Pulmonary Agenesis, Congenital Clubbed Feet and Ectromelia: Improvement Following Operation.
    Chest, 1968, 54: 58-62.
  • Mark M. Ravitch, Felicien M. Steichen, Roger Welter, editors:
    Current practice of surgical stapling. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1990.
  • Marc A. Shampo:
    A Cohort of Three Early Colorectal Surgeons: Goligher, Ravitch, and Nigro. Historical Perspectives.
    Journal of Pelvic Surgery, January/February 2001, 7 (1): 8-10.

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