ventricular septum


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ventricular septum

[ven′trik·yə·lər ′sep·təm]
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Prognosis in rupture of the ventricular septum after acute myocardial infarction and role of early surgical intervention.
An alternative theory of a preexisting ventricular septal defect seems unlikely given several factors including the location of the cavity within the ventricular septum, the lack of any demonstrable communication of the cavity with the right ventricle, and the eventual rupture into the pulmonary artery.
Simple pulmonary stenosis, pulmonary valvular stenosis with a closed ventricular septum.
The result of spontaneous closure can easily be missed at necropsy if the entire ventricular septum is not carefully examined.
Fontan Survivors with PA-IVS Remain at Risk for Late Myocardial Infarction A subset of newborns with the congenital heart condition pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum (PA-IVS) are at risk of myocardial infarction (MI) and sudden death because of abnormal coronary circulation.
But many humans suffer from congenital heart disease, a very common birth defect, which is usually caused by VSD, or ventricular septum defects-a condition that is frequently correctable with surgery
Based on findings on transthoracic echocardiogram (TTE) and cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at an outside center, the patient was diagnosed as having a dilated cardiomyopathy with structural abnormalities in the ventricular septum and left ventricular (LV) apex suspicious for myocardial tumor.
1) There was moderate left ventricular hypertrophy, with mild asymmetry (ventricular free wall 18 mm, ventricular septum 20 mm).
The prevalence of spontaneous closure of muscular VSD is not completely understood, but may be related to the inherent structure of the ventricular septum (more complex embryotic origin of the membranous compared to the muscular part) (4), the growth and hypertrophy of surrounding muscular septum in the uterus (3), or a protracted normal closing process in the interventricular septum, because most trabecular septal defects in the neonate period resulted from incomplete trabecular coalescence (2).
Our team also performed a thoracic computed tomography angiography, which revealed the same fibrotic scar of the subaortic ventricular septum (Fig.
Frequency of rupture of the left ventricular free wall or ventricular septum among necropsy cases of fatal acute myocardial infarction since introduction of coronary care units.
A fetal echocardiographic screening examination involves visualization of a four-chambered view of the heart with the atrial and ventricular septum and right and left ventricular outflow tracts, as well as measurements of ventricular length, cardiothoracic ratio, and other cardiac dimensions.

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