This new book reviews the latest advances in the embryology, genetics, diagnosis, imaging, and therapy of congenital heart disease. The international cast of authors has combined its talents to produce a unique, expert perspective. This publication arrives at a very exciting time when new genetic, imaging, and therapeutic developments are changing the field. It is relevant to pediatricians, internal medicine specialists, medical geneticists, both pediatric and adult cardiologists, embryologists, imaging physicians, and cardiac surgeons. The reader is taken on a journey that begins with a historical overview of congenital cardiovascular anomalies and ends with developments in stem cell and tissue engineering. In between are chapters on cardiac embryogenesis; epidemiology; genetic syndromes associated with cardiovascular anomalies; single gene disorders; cardiac imaging; surgical and interventional therapies; and ethical considerations. 'Congenital Heart Disease' is an invaluable reference. In short, it provides essential information to create a comprehensive resource for all physicians involved with the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac malformations.