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  • Vascular
  • Then measurement of the aortic annulus and preparation of the vascular prosthesis for reimplantation are performed. (annalscts.com)
  • Then the prosthesis is narrowed proximally to the size of the selected device with two purse-string sutures using polyester threads 2-0, applied horizontally as follows: the assistant inserts the device selected after the aortic annulus measurement into the vascular prosthesis selected using the above mentioned formula until the circular stop. (annalscts.com)
  • After the suturing of the aortic annulus, the AV is reimplanted and fixed inside the vascular prosthesis. (annalscts.com)
  • blood
  • When there is aortic insufficiency, it can cause an increased amount of blood volume load on the left ventricle's ability to pump. (medhelp.org)
  • The aortic valve is that one valve that is responsible for sending blood which is pumped in the heart to the body systems. (mbbch.com)
  • When there is a problem with the aortic valve that does not permit closure, there will be a backflow of blood into the left ventricle. (mbbch.com)
  • When there is a "leaky" valve or a valve that is "insufficient" the color of the blood flow is bright yellow, white or orange. (blogspot.com)
  • This color flow pattern is consistent with turbulence across the valve due to blood traveling "backwards" through the valve. (blogspot.com)
  • In Figure 2, the red arrow identifies the normal direction of blood flow through the aortic valve. (blogspot.com)
  • The "leakiness" can be noted in Figure 4 as bright yellow and white blood flow in the opposite direction of normal blood flow across the aortic valve. (blogspot.com)
  • The thickened valve likely vibrates as the jet of blood flows "backwards" causing the musical heart murmur! (blogspot.com)
  • make
  • It may be that if there is progression of his valve disease, you and/or he will need to make a reassessment of his career plans. (medhelp.org)
  • degree
  • As it goes, there are some people who describe the degree of insufficiency on a scale of 0-4, so this may be what your son's cardiologist is describing. (medhelp.org)