bicuspid


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a tooth having two cusps or points

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having two cusps or points (especially a molar tooth)

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Because bicuspid aortic valve has been found to be an independent risk factor for TAA, many young patients with known bicuspid aortic valve are serially screened for developing aneurysms and may therefore benefit from the use of MRI.
is a delightful person who first presented to our clinic 4 months after surgery for bicuspid aortic valve replacement.
The fossils are unquestionably teiids, based on their wide subpleurodont and predominantly asymmetrically bicuspid teeth that bear a small anteriorly angled secondary cusp on all but the most anterior teeth (Estes and Tihen, 1964; Bell, 1993).
Paucidentomys vermidax is the only rodent out of more than 2,200 known species that does not have molars and instead has bicuspid upper incisors.
An inquest into her death heard yesterday how Dr Fletcher, a single woman who lived in New Ridley Road, Stocksfield, Northumberland, was born with a bicuspid aortic valve, which can lead to an irregular heartbeat.
However, Dr Fletcher, a single woman who lived in New Ridley Road, Stocksfield, Northumberland, was born with a bicuspid aortic valve, a condition which can lead to an irregular heartbeat.
Sir Magdi is joining a team of paediatric cardiac surgeons from HMC to perform an aortic valve replacement operation on a local child suffering from bicuspid aortic valve disease.
My bare feet would absorb the rhythm through the floor, the music throbbed like a mean toothache in the left bicuspid of the world, and five nights a week Carlton would get out of bed and go downstairs and knock briskly on the door and act all ROTC and explain how he wouldn't mind the music at all only he had to study, and the husband and the wife would raise uncomprehending eyes and gaze through Carlton from underneath smart Afros that gave them each a good six-inch height advantage and never say a word.
However, echocardiography, which was standard care for all patients with suspected cases of chronic Q fever, revealed no additional congenital or bicuspid valve defects, in comparison to assessment of valvulopathy through review of medical records.
Radio 1 DJ Edith was diagnosed with bicuspid aortic valve in 2004, a heart condition that increases her risk of dying in childbirth.
The known risk factors include the following genetically-based conditions: bicuspid aortic valve families, familial thoracic aortic aneurysm and dissection (TAAD), Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, Loeys-Dietz syndrome, Marfan syndrome, and Turners syndrome.
The anterior leaflet of the tricuspid valve was excised and the valve reconstituted as a bicuspid valve.
Radula with bicuspid head of major lateral tooth, minute granulations on upper surface of cusps.
Her medical history included mild learning difficulties, a bicuspid aortic valve, recurrent urinary tract infections, and severe constipation as a child that required a colostomy, which was later reversed.