ventriculotomy


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ven·tric·u·lot·o·my

n. ventriculotomía, incisión de un ventrículo.
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Although enterotomy and ventriculotomy were considered to remove the sandlike material, less invasive treatments were attempted first in conjunction with supportive treatment.
There should be complete atrial and ventricular septation, with prevention of ventriculotomy and circulatory arrest.
Postsurgical pseudoaneurysms occur after replacement of the mitral valve or arise on a previous ventriculotomy. The complication occurs in 0.02-2.0% of mitral valve replacements.
[3] Therefore, surgical approaches such as left ventriculotomy, which potentially cause further deterioration of LV function should be avoided if possible.
Like most VSD closures, his almost certainly was performed through a right ventriculotomy, and all of his electrocardiograms (ECGs) demonstrated the resulting right bundle branch block (Figure 1).
The initial attempt at repairing Post MI-VSR was through a ventriculotomy in the right ventricular outflow tract.
These post-operative changes have been reported to pulmonary insufficiency, pre- operative hypoxia and ventriculotomy.17,23,24 CMR and radionuclide ventriculography are choice methods for assessment of the ventricular function; also, they are expensive and prolonged in duration.19,25,27
Objective: To analyze the outcome of endoscopic 3rd ventriculotomy in the management of hydrocephalus secondary to posterior fossa tumor.
Further, in our brief experience, we have repaired the valve both before and after the placement of pledgeted apical sutures, and we have found that placing the pledgets first serves to tent open the ventriculotomy and improves the exposure to the mitral valve.
They range from the minimally invasive endoscopic needle aspiration to more involved procedures such as marsupialization, extended ventriculotomy, and the open laryngofissure approach.