right ventricle


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Noun1.right ventricle - the chamber on the right side of the heart that receives venous blood from the right atrium and pumps it into the pulmonary trunkright ventricle - the chamber on the right side of the heart that receives venous blood from the right atrium and pumps it into the pulmonary trunk
heart ventricle, ventricle - a chamber of the heart that receives blood from an atrium and pumps it to the arteries
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We likewise perceive from this, that the true use of respiration is to bring sufficient fresh air into the lungs, to cause the blood which flows into them from the right ventricle of the heart, where it has been rarefied and, as it were, changed into vapors, to become thick, and to convert it anew into blood, before it flows into the left cavity, without which process it would be unfit for the nourishment of the fire that is there.
Two-dimensional echocardiography has limitations in evaluating right ventricle performance.
If the patients with nasal polyposis left untreated, it could affect firstly right ventricle functions and then it could cause cardiovascular complications.
A long-standing ASD increases pulmonary vascular perfusion, and causes diastolic overload of the right ventricle. Children with ASD typically have normal pulmonary vascular resistance, and generally endure increased pulmonary blood flow which may exceed twice the systemic blood flow.
Spiral twisting of the growing tissue and a shift of the conal base to the middle causes the outflow tracts to align with the pulmonary artery over the right ventricle and with the aorta over the left ventricle (see Figure 11).
Some blood that has returned from the lungs and has been pumped into the left ventricle flows to the right ventricle through the hole instead of being pumped into the aorta.
Her echocardiography report showed a moderately large right coronary artery fistula opening into right ventricle and moderate tricuspid regurgitation.
The CMRI reveals mild structural abnormalities of the right ventricle in patients with RVOT-VT, primarily involving wall thinning, fatty infiltration, motion abnormalities, and aneurysms [1, 15, 16].
Echocardiography showed situs solitus, levocardia, single ventricle physiology, inverted ventricles, hypoplastic right ventricle, pulmonary artery from left ventricle with bulboventricular foramen stenosis, PV gradient of 57/25 mmHg and normal left ventricular function.
Severe LVOTO could be treated with reoperation of the atrialized right ventricle. Conclusions: Ebstein's anomaly patients treated with TVP or TVR can experience optimal outcomes with midterm follow-up.

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