mitral regurgitation

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mitral regurgitation

n.
The backward flow of blood from the left ventricle into the left atrium of the heart, caused by incompetent closure of the mitral valve. Also called mitral insufficiency.
Translations

mi·tral re·gur·gi·ta·tion

n. regurgitación mitral, flujo sanguíneo retrógrado del ventrículo izquierdo a la aurícula izquierda causado por lesión de la válvula mitral.
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In advanced stages (C and D) of MMVD annulus dilation can be present contributing to the existing mitral insufficiency (9).
There were two cases with mitral insufficiency and one case with tricuspid regurgitation.
In addition, Doppler examination revealed a tricuspid and mitral insufficiency. Post-operation, the patient was discharged after a short ICU stay.
Mitral valve evaluation by transesophageal echocardiography, with evidence of Barlow's syndrome and severe mitral insufficiency
He had mitral insufficiency. None of the patients had history of fever, extremity pain or swelling.
The young brother (individual II: 6) of the proband exhibited similar clinical and echocardiographic features (Table 1 and Figure 2(d)), dilatation of the aortic sinus to 67 mm with marked aortic valve regurgitation, and moderate mitral insufficiency. Individual II: 6 underwent the same surgery as the proband, but with a poor prognosis (Figure 2(d)).
Lindberg, "ALCAPA, a possible reason for mitral insufficiency and heart failure in young patients," Scandinavian Cardiovascular Journal, vol.
The 15-year-old girl was born with weight 2300 g by caesarean section and was followed due to pulmonary valve stenosis and mitral insufficiency in the pediatric cardiology department; she underwent cardiac surgery during the infant period.
Long-term results of mitral valve reconstruction with Carpentier techniques in 148 patients with mitral insufficiency. Circulation 1988;78(3 Pt 2): I97-105.
Echocardiography, which was performed a day after the intervention, registered lower left ventricular ejection fraction (EF 48%) and mediobasal inferior and mediobasal inferolateral hypokinesis, as well as severe ischemic mitral insufficiency.