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  • membranous
  • Because of the unexpected finding of discrete membranous subaortic stenosis in the infants and young children who had undergone surgery for a large patent ductus arteriosus and because of the treacherous worsening of the effects of the discrete membranous subaortic stenosis as childhood progressed, it is important that those patients with a persistent systolic murmur after ductal ligation not be discharged from cardiac follow-up as cured. (ispub.com)
  • Accepted for publication: March 2002 447 membranous stenosis in the 24th week of a twin pregnancy and review the management and surgical indications for the treatment of this condition. (spotidoc.com)
  • Surgery
  • 1 21 24 Surgery for subaortic stenosis carries a low risk of mortality although recognised morbidities include complete heart block, damage to the aortic or mitral valves, as well as the creation of a ventriculoseptal defect. (bmj.com)
  • In order to correct aortic subvalvar stenosis, the patient was referred to cardiac surgery via median sternotomy with cardiopulmonary bypass and intermittent cold blood cardioplegia, the cavas were cleared. (rbccv.org.br)
  • septal defects
  • It also helps to evaluate cardiac defects such as, atrial septal defects, AV valve stenoses, coronary artery defects, occult DCM, coronary artery disease, feline heartworm disease, persistent left cranial vena cava, canine hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and feline diastolic dysfunction may be identified. (omicsonline.org)
  • valve
  • Thus, in valve aortic stenosis (VAS) diagnostic findings included dilation of the ascending aorta, thickened cusp tissue, increased superior-inferior cusp excursion with poor lateral mobility (doming). (springer.com)
  • uncommon
  • Acute decompensation with heart failure, angina or syncope may be the first indication of undiagnosed aortic stenosis, but should be uncommon when the disorder is known and managed by watchful waiting. (bioportfolio.com)