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Synonyms for aortic

of or relating to the aorta


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The increased size of the aortic root is a new finding and one for which the clinical significance remains unclear.
Leaflet aneurysms and aortic root abscesses occurred more frequently in the HIV-positive patients, when compared to HIV-negative TB patients.
Aortic root surgery is a complex surgical procedure to treat a dilation or enlargement (aortic aneurysm) of a section of the aorta that carries oxygenated blood from one's heart to the vital organs.
We took out 4 to 5 liters of fluids from his body before performing an aortic root replacement surgery with reimplantation of both left and right coronary arteries," Dr Varma added.
In this article, we review the relevant etiopathogenesis, anatomy, clinical manifestations, potential complications, cross-sectional imaging features, and management of this rare but important aortic root defect.
The knowledge of the presence of multiple coronary ostia is important and while performing coronary arteriography and angiography, a preliminary aortic root injection of the dye must be given to locate them so that the adverse outcomes of procedure can be prevented.
Echocardiography showed bicuspid aortic valve with fusion of the right and non-coronary cusp, unruptured aneurysm of left coronary sinus of Valsalva bulging into left atrium, gross dilation of aortic root (aortic annulus: 2.
In 2003, BCNE was again diagnosed but was complicated by an ascending aorta to left atrial fistula, requiring an aortic root replacement, a homograft, and a repeat mechanical mitral valve replacement.
Aortic pathology often necessitates surgical measures, including aortic root replacement at an early age (9, 10).
After establishing the CPB and cooling the circulation down to 32[degrees]C, the distal ascending aorta was cross-clamped, and the ascending aorta was incised to assess the presence of an intimal tear and the anatomy of the aortic root and the aortic valve.
The MAIVF (mitral-aortic intervalvular fibrosa) is a thin, membranous area located between the aortic root and the left atrioventricular orifice and, due to its location, it can be affected in aortic valve endocarditis [4].
Cerys's cousin Aiden was born with coarctation of the aorta and severe aortic valve stenosis, and is now waiting for repair of the dilated aortic root.
She was scheduled for echocardiography thereafter which revealed severe aortic stenosis with aortic root dilatation.
The 61-year-old Scotsman had an aortic root replacement at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham last month.