aortic regurgitation


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aortic regurgitation

n.
The backward flow of blood from the aorta into the left ventricle caused by incompetent closure of the aortic valve. Also called aortic insufficiency.
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Transthoracic echocardiography was then done which showed mild aortic stenosis and trace aortic regurgitation, mildly dilated left atrium with Grade IA left ventricular diastolic dysfunction.
Other pertinent findings were trileaflet aortic valve with trivial aortic regurgitation, a properly placed pace maker lead and absence of aortic dissection flap (Fig.
Age was a positive factor for pulmonary regurgitation (PR) and aortic regurgitation (AR).
Aortic regurgitation was diagnosed when echocardiography with Doppler interrogation of the aortic valve showed the spatial extent of the colour Doppler aliasing in the outflow tract and was used as a rough guide of the severity of aortic insufficiency.
Pathology of aortic valve stenosis and pure aortic regurgitation.
1 percent of patients experienced mild or none/trace aortic regurgitation, as well as a low rate of major vascular complications (6.
This condition, known as aortic regurgitation, is when one of the heart's main valves leaks and causes blood to flow in the reverse direction.
2]), moderate aortic regurgitation, with no other valvular lesion, and a normal ejection fraction.
It also included the immediate post catheterization complications like degree of aortic regurgitation, which is measures through post catheterization echocardiography, loss of limb pulses after catheterization and their management and mortality after balloon valvuloplasty.
Echocardiography revealed mild dilatation of ascending aorta, associated with mild aortic regurgitation in the first year of age.
No aortic regurgitation associated with device was seen in patients.
Echocardiography revealed a normal chamber size, minimal mitral regurgitation, mild tricuspid regurgitation, mild aortic regurgitation, minimal pulmonary regurgitation, and normal left and right ventricle function.