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Patients with clinical signs of accompanying mitral regurgitation, no matter how severe, and patients with clinical findings indicating insignificant aortic valve disease were included. Significant ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H Egeblad, J Berning, K Saunamäki, J R Jacobsen, A Wennevold

Date : 01/01/1983
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By using the special suprasternal transducer on the suprasternal notch, the aortic arch, right pulmonary artery, and left atrium were recorded superoinferiorly. From this reference position various ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, T H Goh, A W Venables

Date : 01/02/1980
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Rapid progression of aortic regurgitation was closely observed in a patient with severe seropositive rheumatoid arthritis.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D C Linch, D J Gillmer, W F Whimster, J R Keates

Date : 01/02/1980
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Effect of ventricular function on left ventricular ejection time in aortic stenosis. Since recognition of factors which modify the duration of ejection in aortic stenosis is of clinical importance, ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P Kligfield, P Okin

Date : 01/10/1979
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A case of Candida albicans endocarditis is described in which treatment with 5-fluorocytosine was started after aortic valve replacement, but relapse followed discontinuance of treatment.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D L Stone

Date : 01/11/1975
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When valve replacement was combined with coronary bypass grafting in those with coronary arterial disease, surgical mortality was higher and symptomatic relief less predictable. In those with less ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A B Mandal, I R Gray

Date : 01/08/1976
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Echocardiography of the aortic valve in severe aortic reflux may, therefore, provide valuable information about the underlying haemodynamic disturbance.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A Page, C Layton

Date : 01/10/1975
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The echocardiogram shows not only asymmetric septal hypertrophy, systolic anterior movement of the anterior mitral leaflet, and midsystolic collapse of the aortic valve, but also increase in the ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, E A Cardiel, M Alonso, J L Delcan, L Menarguez

Date : 01/11/1978
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The murmur of aortic stenosis was not initially present in 8 out of 10 patients in congestive heart failure. The present study shows that patients in India developing aortic stenosis after rheumatic ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, G Vijayaraghavan, G Cherian, S Krishnaswami, I P SUKUMAR, S John

Date : 01/03/1977
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The hearts of 14 patients dying early after replacement of a calcified aortic or mitral valve were examined for the presence of calcific coronary emboli. Th mechanisms of calcific embolization are ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, I Steiner, A Hlava, J Procházka

Date : 01/08/1976