valvular


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val·vu·lar

 (văl′vyə-lər)
adj.
Relating to, having, or operating by means of valves or valvelike parts.

valvular

(ˈvælvjʊlə)
adj
1. of, relating to, operated by, or having a valve or valves
2. having the shape or function of a valve
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Adj.1.valvular - relating to or operating by means of valvesvalvular - relating to or operating by means of valves
Translations

valvular

adj (= shaped like valve)ventilartig; (Med) → Herzklappen-; valvular inflammation (Med) → Herzklappenentzündung f

val·vu·lar

a. valvular, rel. a una válvula o de su naturaleza;
___ pulmonary stenosisestenosis pulmonar ___.
References in classic literature ?
Again in another work he says, the genera of the Connaraceae 'differ in having one or more ovaria, in the existence or absence of albumen, in the imbricate or valvular aestivation.
Patients with Parkinson's disease who received the drugs pergolide or cabergoline had profoundly higher rates of clinically significant valvular heart disease than did those taking other dopamine agonists, in two European studies.
5) on "effects of Dietary Modification in Dogs with early Chronic Valvular Disease" offer new hope for treating this potentially fatal condition.
Cardiologist Joanna Dukes-McEwan, of Glasgow University and Anne French, her counterpart at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies are part of a 26strong team in 10 countries, which aims to investigate Myxomatous Valvular Disease (MVD) over a three-year period.
Recently, this Marchmy wife, Edna, was diagnosed as having valvular heart disease.
Valvular heart disease is considered a comorbidity.
Patients with organic heart diseases--such as coronary, valvular, or congenital heart diseases--or cardiomyopathy, are easier to diagnose than patients with cardiac conduction system disease (arrhythmia).
In 1997, Connolly et al (1) published a landmark study of valvular disease in patients who had taken the anorectic drug combination fenfluramine-phentermine (fen-phen).
It provides circulatory support and oxygenation for patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting and valvular procedures.
The natural history of valvular heart abnormalities in patients treated with dexfenfluramine or the fenfluramine and phenterimine combination called "fen-phen" appears more reassuring than earlier feared, according to the results of the largest controlled, blinded study to date.