Electrocardiographic, echocardiographic, and angiographic findings were consistent with septal
myocardial infarction, but not definitive enough to make a diagnosis of isolated septal
An adequate exposure of the VSD is crucial to avoid complications such as residual ventricular septal
defect, TR and complete heart block.
Medium to long-term echo follow-up after ventricular septal
defect device closure.
The present study was conducted to determine the role of septal
nuclei in modulating sexual behavior in male albino rats.
The study population comprised of patients with nasal septal
deviation and the control group comprised of 52 volunteers who had no rhinologic complaints and no pathological findings on anterior rhinoscopic and endoscopic nasal examination.
Among all patients, the prevalence was 67% for NVC, 76% for septal
deviation, and 72% for inferior turbinate hypertrophy The prevalence in the subgroup of patients with severe/extreme nasal obstruction for NVC, septal
deviation, and inferior turbinate hypertrophy was 73,80, and 77%, respectively.
PTSMA has been given a Class IIa recommendation for adult patients with an unacceptable surgical risk (Level of Evidence: B) in an experienced center. However, data on the effectiveness of these two septal
reduction therapies in China are lacking.
Lutembacher Syndrome (LS) is a rare cardiac clinical entity comprising of an unusual combination of atrial septal
defect (ASD) and acquired Mitral valve stenosis (usually of the rheumatic nature).1 LS is an infrequent disorder with a prevalence of 0.001 million per population, mostly occurring in females.2,3 The clinical presentation and prognosis of the disease varies depending on a multitude of factors; the most important one being the size of the defect while other factors include severity of stenosis and compliance of the right ventricle.
Six patients who were found to have atrial septal
defect were transferred to the department of cardiology of our hospital to undergo atrial septal
defect occlusion and drug treatment, and none recurred during follow up.
Mohammad Kashif Shaikh said that most children with uncomplicated Atrial Septal
Defects (ASD) are followed up by their primary care provider and receive follow-up with a pediatric cardiologist every year or every other year.
"Crochetage" (notch) on R wave in inferior limb leads: a new independent electrocardiographic sign of atrial septal
surgery is one of the most frequently performed operations in otorhinolaryngology clinics (1, 2).