Dr. Heather Sun, MD, specialist in pediatric cardiology and pediatrics, currently sees patients in San diego, California. Dr. Sun received her medical degree from Rush Medical College and is licensed ...
- Outcomes of children following a first hospitalization for dilated cardiomyopathy.
- Transcatheter device closure of a congenital aortic-left atrial tunnel.
- Pediatric plastic bronchitis: case report and retrospective comparative analysis of epidemiology and pathology.
- Double trouble: fetal diagnosis of a pulmonary artery sling and vascular ring.
- Peripheral Endothelial Function After Arterial Switch Operation for D-looped Transposition of the Great Arteries.
- Presbyterian Hospital Of New York
- Lucile Salter Packard Childrens Hospital -Stanford
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