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Download PDF Roxana Enache1,2, Bogdan A. Popescu1,2, Andreea Călin1,2, Carmen C. Beladan1,2, Monica Roșca1,2, Rita Piazza3, Gian Luigi Nicolosi3, Carmen Ginghină1,2 1 University of Medicine ...

Date : 08/07/2016

Gudrun Maria FEUCHTNER (Innsbruck, AT) 08:30 P5465 Accuracy of dual source computed tomography to predict suitable angulations for fluoroscopic guidance during transcatheter aortic valve implantation ...

Poster session 7: Valvular heart disease

Date : 31/08/2011 Item size : 189854 bytes

14:00 P4942 Implications of aortic valve calcification for paravalvular aortic regurgitation post-transcatheter aortic valve implantation See Hooi EWE (Singapore, SG) 14:00 P4943 Transfemoral aortic ...

Poster session 6: Transcatheter aortic valve implantation - Imaging

Date : 30/08/2011 Item size : 174490 bytes

08:30 P4313 The modern epidemiology of valvular aortic stenosis Gry Wisthus EVEBORN (Tromso, NO) 08:30 P4314 Another approach to main clinical characteristics of patients with aortic stenosis: A ...

Poster session 5: Presentation, diagnosis and prognosis of aortic valve disease

Date : 30/08/2011 Item size : 229114 bytes

Except when complications are life-threatening, such as acute aortic syndrome or aortic rupture, aortic diseases are asymptomatic and without abnormalities on physical examination; thus, diagnosis ...

European Heart Journal - Cardiovascular Imaging, RECOMMENDATIONS, Arturo Evangelista, Frank A. Flachskampf, Raimund Erbel, Francesco Antonini-Canterin, Charalambos Vlachopoulos, Guido Rocchi, Rosa ...

Date : 01/09/2010 Item size : 458409 bytes

A non-invasive index of valve regurgitation was obtained by calculating the ratio between the maximal amplitude of forward flow during systole and the amplitude of retrograde flow during diastole ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, B Diebold, P Peronneau, D Blanchard, G Colonna, J L Guermonprez, J Forman, P Sellier, P Maurice

Date : 01/02/1983

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

A score of left ventricular functional impairment, derived from 5 to 8 haemodynamic variables, was calculated as: number of pathological indices x 100/total number of determined ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H P Krayenbuehl, M Turina, O M Hess, M Rothlin, A Senning

Date : 01/02/1979

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

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