M. Arisan Ergin
- PROFESSOR Cardiovascular Surgery
Ergin M, Griepp R. Aortic Arh Replacement. In: Current Therapy in Cardiothoracic Surgery. B.C. Decker ; 1989. pp344-347.
Lansman S, Ergin M, Griepp R. History of Cardiac Transplantation. In: Heart and Heart Lung Transplantation, W.B.. Philadelphia, W.B. Sanders; 1989. pp3-19.
Ergin MA, Lansman SL, Griepp RB. Dissections of the Aorta,Fifth Edition. In: Glenn's Thoracic ad cardiovacular Surgery. Appleton and Lange ; 1990. pp1955-1970.
Galla JD, Ergin MA, Lasman SL, De Asla RA, Nguyen K, McCullogh JN, Griepp RB. Identification of risk factors in patients undergoing thoracoabdominal aneurysm repair. J Card Surg 1997; 2(supp): 292-299.
Griepp RB, Ergin MA, McCullough JN, Nguyen KH, Juvonen T, Chang N, Griepp EB. Use of Hypothermic circulatory arrest for cerebral protection during aortic surgery. J Card Surg 1997; 2(supp): 312-321.
Nguyen KH, Ergin MA, Galla J, Lasman SL, McCullough JN, Griepp RB. The Bentall procedure in patients with Margan's Syndrome. J Card Surg 1997; 2(supp): 142-146.
Griepp RB, Ergin MA, Galla JD, Klein JJ, Spielvogel D, Griepp EB. Minimizing spinal cord injury during repair of descending thoracic and thoracoabdominal aneurysms: The Mount Sinai Approach. Semin Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1998 January; 10(1): 25-28.
Apaydin AZ, Carmunas JC, Ergin MA. Aortobronchial Fistula. Ann Thorac Surg 2000 February; 69(2): 640.
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