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The potential clinical use of the two dimensional technique is, however, limited by the technical inability to image adequately the aortic valve leaflets in many patients. In patients not ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M J Zema, M Caccavano

Date : 01/11/1982
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All had been or were in congestive heart failure. Since both patients were in normal sinus rhythm with regular PP intervals, it was concluded that alternating atrial electromechanical dissociation ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, F W Verheugt, H Scheck, R S Meltzer, J Roelandt

Date : 01/11/1982
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The necropsy disclosed a quadricuspid aortic valve with complete isolation of the left coronary artery by an adherent aortic valve cusp. The left ventricular myocardium showed subendocardial ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H Kurosawa, S S Wagenaar, A E Becker

Date : 01/08/1981
Heart

Emergency aortic valve replacement was performed during an attack of acute rheumatic fever in a 12-year-old black boy.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A Khan, S Chi, L Gonzalez-Lavin

Date : 01/07/1978
Heart

In 40 consecutive children referred for this differential diagnosis, aortic stenosis was diagnosed in 30, based on an ejection murmur at the second right interspace (not necessarily louder than at ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, I Kawabori, J G Stevenson, T K Dooley, W G Guntheroth

Date : 01/06/1980
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Thirty-nine consecutive patients, aged 5 to 57 years, were followed for two to 15 years with serial haemodynamic studies after removal of fixed subaortic stenosis, which was never a ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J Somerville, S Stone, D Ross

Date : 01/06/1980
Heart

A new non-invasive estimation of the stenotic aortic valve area by pulsed Doppler mapping. The Doppler examination was performed at the site of the aortic orifice in the parasternal short axis ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, C Veyrat, C Gourtchiglouian, P Dumora, G Abitbol, D Sainte Beuve, D Kalmanson

Date : 01/01/1987
Heart

The long-term follow-up of six patients operated on for aorto-left ventricular communication has been reviewed in detail. The localised aortic root dilatation at the site is a weakness that remains ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, W Serino, J L Andrade, D Ross, M de Leval, J Somerville

Date : 01/05/1983
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In this study the width and height of individual aortic valve cusps were measured at necropsy in 200 hearts of patients without clinical signs of aortic stenosis, though the majority of valves ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, F E Vollebergh, A E Becker

Date : 01/09/1977
Heart

Overall sensitivity of echocardiography and aortography was 84% in determining the cause of aortic regurgitation. [...]rheumatic valve disease and endocarditis appear to be the most common causes of ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, N L DePace, P F Nestico, M N Kotler, G S Mintz, D Kimbiris, I P Goel, E E Glazier-Laskey, J Ross

Date : 01/01/1984