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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. A summary and brief illustration of the morphologic-anatomic method of diagnosis of congenital heart disease is presented. The principles of scientific neologizing are considered and exemplified. Scientific freedom of speech and expression is commented upon. It is suggested that unnecessary renaming of numerous cardiac anatomic structures and many forms of congenital heart disease be discontinued, and that terminology be de-emphasized.
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Diagnosis of complex congenital heart disease: Morphologic-anatomic method and terminology
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