atrioventricular valve


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Related to atrioventricular valve: atrioventricular node, tricuspid valve
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Noun1.atrioventricular valve - either of two heart valves through which blood flows from the atria to the ventriclesatrioventricular valve - either of two heart valves through which blood flows from the atria to the ventricles; prevents return of blood to the atrium
papillary muscle - any of several muscles associated with the atrioventricular valves; "the papillary muscles contract during systole to prevent regurgitation of blood into the atria"
bicuspid valve, left atrioventricular valve, mitral valve - valve with two cusps; situated between the left atrium and the left ventricle
right atrioventricular valve, tricuspid valve - valve with three cusps; situated between the right atrium and the right ventricle; allows blood to pass from atrium to ventricle and closes to prevent backflow when the ventricle contracts
cardiac valve, heart valve - a valve to control one-way flow of blood
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11) Secundum ASD is the most common type (50-70%), while primum ASD (12) is less common at 15-30% and is often associated with defect of the atrioventricular valve.
Results and sequential assessment of atrioventricular valve function.
Subjective assessment of the right atrioventricular valve was unremarkable.
The length of right atrioventricular valve was more in control group A1 than that of experimental group B1; however this difference was not statistically significant.
Nevertheless, another study reported the observation of only one atrioventricular valve, which appeared as a short, horizontal, echogenic line located in the center between the atrium and ventricle (VALENTE et al.
17) The tendon of plantaris muscle having extremely tensile strength has been used successfully for flexor tendon replacement in hand and even for atrioventricular valve repair, Shuhaiber.
The major criteria were as follows: endomyocardial plaques > 2 mm in thickness (2); thin ([less than or equal to] 1 mm) endomyocardial patches affecting more than one ventricular wall (3); obliteration of the RV or LV apex (4); thrombi or spontaneous contrast without severe ventricular dysfunction (4); retraction of the RV apex (RV apical notch) (4); and atrioventricular valve dysfunction due to adhesion of the valvular apparatus to the ventricular wall (1 - 4, depending on the severity of regurgitation).
She was followed up in outpatient department at 2 weeks, 1 month and 3months and there was no complication like pericardial effusion, aortic erosion, heart block, and atrioventricular valve dysfunction or device embolization.
Atrioventricular valve insufficiency and congestive hert failure in a carpet python.
NaviGate Cardiac Structures is an early-stage company focused on developing transcatheter solutions for the less-invasive treatment of atrioventricular valve regurgitation.
One thousand and seven hundred cases of patients with rheumatic heart disease combined with MS and TR from our hospital were enrolled due to mitral balloon dilatation from January 2000 to December 2012, meeting the diagnostic criteria of heart valve disease diagnosis and treatment guidelines of the United States in 1998, there are obvious clinical symptoms of chest tightness, shortness of breath, left atrioventricular valve mouth area ≤1.
He had undergone prosthetic valve replacement due to severe systemic atrioventricular valve regurgitation when aged 16.