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In 11 patients repair was technically unsatisfactory, and mitral valve replacement was undertaken at the same operation; a further five patients required late replacement (mean 1.4 years) for ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D B Oliveira, K D Dawkins, P H Kay, M Paneth

Date : 01/10/1983
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Two dimensional echocardiography showed a constant defect in the anterior leaflet, pointing towards the left ventricular outflow tract. All cases with isolated clefts had surgical correction, with ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J F Smallhorn, M de Leval, J Stark, J Somerville, J F Taylor, R H Anderson, F J Macartney

Date : 01/08/1982
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Mitral valve lesions accompanying secundum atrial septal defect were examined in 120 successive patients from May 1978 to December 1980 using real time two dimensional echocardiography. (7) The ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, S Nagata, Y Nimura, H Sakakibara, S Beppu, Y D Park, K Kawazoe, T Fujita

Date : 01/01/1983
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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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The very late timing of the mitral systolic clicks in these two patients may be related to a large left ventricular end-diastolic volume and impaired left ventricular function, or to an abnormal ...

British Heart Journal, Articles, Edward N. Mercer, Robert L. Frye, Emilio R. Giuliani

Date : 08/09/2016
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R. B. Pridie C. M. Oakley Department of Diagnostic Radiology, The London Hospital, London E.1 Department of Medicine (Clinical Cardiology), Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London W.12 Abstract ...

British Heart Journal, Articles, R. B. Pridie, C. M. Oakley

Date : 08/09/2016
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(1) Mitral regurgitation was detected by the Doppler technique in all cases with systolic anterior motion of the mitral echo and in half of those without it. (3) Mitral regurgitant flow was often ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, N Kinoshita, Y Nimura, M Okamoto, K Miyatake, S Nagata, H Sakakibara

Date : 01/06/1983
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Impairment of diastolic function by shortened filling period in severe left ventricular disease. To investigate the possibility that ventricular filling might also be disturbed, M mode ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, K S Ng, D G Gibson

Date : 01/10/1989
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Calcific stenosis of a mitral valve xenograft in a patient in chronic renal failure. The rapid calcification and stenosis of a bioprosthetic heart valve calls into question the use of such ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M J Raftery, G Koffman, J S Cameron

Date : 01/08/1989
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Cardiac surgery to treat severe heart failure was of benefit to two patients with endomyocardial disease and hypereosinophilia-eosinophilic endomyocardial disease. Though both patients had toxic ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J Davies, R Sapsford, I Brooksby, E G Olsen, C J Spry, C M Oakley, J F Goodwin

Date : 01/10/1981