aortic stenosis

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aortic stenosis

[ā′ȯrd·ik stə′nō·səs]
(medicine)
Abnormal narrowing of the aortic valve orifice; may be either congenital or acquired.
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All patients undergoing the procedure had severe aortic valve stenosis with the mean echo derived pressure gradient (PG) across the aortic valve of 70 +- 28 mmHg.
Lactobacillus paracasei endocarditis in a consumer of probiotics with advanced and severe bicuspid aortic valve stenosis complicated with diffuse left ventricular mid-layer fibrosis.
If TAVR is approved to treat your aortic valve stenosis, you can look forward to a less-invasive procedure with a much shorter recovery time, compared with open surgery.
Aortic valve stenosis is the process of thickening and stiffening in the valve, which can result in an abnormal narrowing of the aortic valve opening and reduction in blood flow.
A 78-year-old man had a medical history of aortic valve stenosis of a tricuspid valve, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and endovascular aneurysm repair in 2005.
Prior to their operations, both of the patients suffered from severe aortic valve stenosis, a disorder of the heart valves in which the opening of the aortic valve gets narrow.
The FDA has expanded approval for the Sapien transcatheter heart valve for aortic valve stenosis patients who are at high risk for serious surgical complications or death.
Echocardiographic Indicators of Aortic Valve Stenosis Severity Compared with M.
This treatment option provides an important therapy for patients with severe, symptomatic native aortic valve stenosis who are not candidates for traditional surgical replacement.
The FDA approved the first artificial heart valve that can replace an aortic heart valve damaged by senile aortic valve stenosis without open-heart surgery.
Smoking, increase in plasma lipoprotein (a) and triglycerides, as well as decrease in plasma HDL-cholesterol concentrations seem to be linked with aortic valve stenosis and its progression.
Prevalence of coronary artery disease in patients with isolated aortic valve stenosis.