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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A normal echo scan was seen in 70 (22.8%) with the mean age of 4.2 [+ or -] 6.3, while trivial abnormalities; minimal pericardial effusions and minimal tricuspid and pulmonary valvular regurgitation were seen in 27 (8.7%) of them.
Major adverse events included but were not limited to death during or after the procedure because of complications of the procedure, complete heart block requiring pacemaker implantation, thromboembolism, and new-onset valvular regurgitation requiring surgical repair.
He built his reputation on his ischemic heart disease, myocardial function, and hibernation research, as well as his development of echocardiographic techniques to evaluate valvular dynamics and measure valvular regurgitation." "Dr.
However, endocarditis, which leads to valvular regurgitation, is observed much more frequently in clinical practice.
Valvular regurgitation is more common than stenosis, which is rare.
Valvular heart disease (VHD) refers to the disorder of cardiac valves leading to valvular regurgitation or stenosis.
By this case, we want to highlight the importance of considering hyperthyroidism early on in the differential for unexplained valvular regurgitation and heart failure and also considering cardiac cause as a differential for liver cirrhosis.
Valvular regurgitation was more than valvular stenosis.
Mitral and tricuspid valvular regurgitation graded by Doppler color flow with two dimensional echocardiography is shown in Table-I.
Some studies evaluate the pumping efficacy of a left ventricular assist device according to cannulation site in heart failure with valvular regurgitation. They aimed to analyze the contribution of a left ventricular assist device (LVAD) to mitral and aortic valve regurgitation for the following cannulation sites: from the LA to the aorta (LAAO) and from the LV to the aorta (LVAO) under different conditions.
Evidence of endocardial involvement with a positive echocardiogram for infective endocarditis (i.e., an intracardiac mass, abscess, or new dehiscence of prosthetic valve), or new/worsening valvular regurgitation are additional major criteria.