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Esteban I - - 1978
We report a case of aortic atresia with biventricular hypertrophy and death due to cardiac insufficiency (at 5 1/2 days of age). In the necropsy a normally sized left ventricle was observed, with endocardiac fibroelastosis, anomalous mitral arcade, intact interventricular septum and atresia of the aortic valve. The ascending aorta ...
Kawamura Y - - 1978
We report a case of right ventricular obliteration and tricuspid obstruction by organized thrombi. Thrombectomy relieved the tricuspid obstruction, and the sign of right heart failure was alleviated; however, the movement of the right ventricular wall remained poor, and right atrial contraction played the main role in ejecting blood into ...
Silverman N H - - 1978
We have evaluated apex echocardiography, using an 80 degrees phased array sector scanner, in 368 patients with congenital heart disease. With the patient lying with the left side dependent, the transducer is placed over the apex of the heart and cross sectional images are obtained in the plane perpendicular to ...
Monibi A A - - 1978
Seventeen patients with Ebstein's malformation of the tricuspid valve have been evaluated. The majority of patients (11/17) presented in the newborn period with cyanosis and cardiomegaly. The remainder (6/17) were referred because of cardiomegaly on chest X-ray and/or a heart murmur heard on routine examination. Three patients have died; one ...
Bini R M - - 1978
A prospective clinical and echocardiographic diagnosis of single ventricle was made in 42 patients. Each was evaluated for the number of atrioventricular (A/V) valves, presence of an outflow chamber (OC), A/V valve-semilunar continuity, and orientation of the great arteries. Angiographic correlations were subsequently obtained in 40 and autopsies in 12. ...
Seward J B - - 1978
Standard M-mode and contrast echocardiographic features of 35 patients with tricuspid atresia are reported. These features included a single posteriorly located atrioventricular valve with large excursion, often demonstrating the pattern of systolic prolapse, mitral semilunar valve continuity, and small right ventricular chamber. Left ventricular dimension and left ventricular posterior wall ...
Snoddy J W - - 1978
Surgical repair of the Taussig-Bing deformity has been successful in 2 children weighting 7.7 and 11.1 kg, respectively. In the first case the right ventricular patch divered left ventricular blood to the pulmonary arter, thus creating a physiologically complete transposition which was then corrected by an interatrial Mustard baffle. In ...
Cha S D - - 1978
Right ventriculography with a preshaped catheter (J- or L-shaped) was evaluated in make the diagnosis of tricuspid regurgitation. Thirty normal subjects who did not have valvular disease showed no evidence of tricuspid regurgitation or premature ventricular contractions during injection except in one case. On the other hand, 24 patients with ...
Sheikhzadeh A - - 1978
The clinical, hemodynamic findings and surgical results of forty patients with rheumatic tricuspid stenosis are presented. It is concluded that tricuspid stenosis is a frequent lesion. Its signs should be sought carefully and documented by simultaneous measurements of the right ventricular diastolic and right atrial pressures. Tricuspid stenosis is usually ...
Laing H C - - 1977
A case of endomyocardial fibrosis of the right ventricle in a European woman is presented. The patient had no history of travel or residency outside of the United Kingdon, Echocardiography was helpful in defining the abnormality. Excision of the fibrotic tissue in the right ventricle and tricuspid valve replacement resulted ...
Pappritz G - - 1977
A statistical analysis of atrioventricular heart valve weights of 218 beagle dogs was performed. Applying the allometric function, the correlation between body or heart weight and the weights of the mitral valve, tricuspid valve-angular/parietal leaflet and tricuspid valve-septal leaflet could be described statistically. In the age range between 2 and ...
Bharati S - - 1977
This is a serial section examination of conduction system in six hearts with tricuspid atresia. Four had regular (d-) complete transposition and two did not have transposition. The conduction system was more or less the same in all the hearts. The atrioventricular (A-V) node was in the normal position posteriorly ...
McGoon D C - - 1977
Problems associated with the early evolution of corrective operation (septation) for univentricular heart (single or common ventricle) are illustrated in a total experience of 36 such operations, 30 of which were recent. Complete heart block existed preoperatively in five of the 30 patients and developed at operation in another 10; ...
Symons J C - - 1977
A case is described of corrected transposition in a situs solitus individual, in which, despite the presence of atrioventricular discordance (1-bulboventricular looping), the aorta was right-sided. A ventricular septal defect and pulmonary stenosis were also present, and the case had been erroneously diagnosed during life as complete transposition. The true ...
Anderson R H - - 1977
Review of published work concerning congenital cardiac anomalies reveals that at least four different structures have been described as the crista supraventricular, in addition to the structure which in the normally formed right ventricle separates pulmonary and tricuspid valves. Possibility of further confusion arises since at least two different structures ...
Ishikawa S - - 1977
Congenital marked hypoplasia of the right atrial and ventricular myocardium (Uhl's anomaly), without other cardiac anomalies, was observed at autopsy in a mink. The animal died unexpectedly without previous symptoms at the age of 2 years, suggesting that the cause of sudden death was acute congestive heart failure. This cause ...
Mills P - - 1977
The echocardiographic abnormalities of tricuspid valve motion in 2 patients with left ventricular to right atrial shunts are described. In both patients the abnormal anatomy was defined at surgery, in one patient the shunt being above the tricuspid valve leaflets (supravalvar) and in the other patient through the septal leaflet ...
Yeh H C - - 1977
A thick band of muscular tissue interposed between the posterior aortic wall and the anterior leaflet of the mitral valve could be indentified on M-mode sweeps of 3 patients with double outlet right ventricle. A discrete subaortic crista supraventricularis, continuous with the anterior wall of the right ventricle, could also ...
Eyster G E - - 1977
Three young unrelated dogs were diagnosed as having the canine counterpart of Ebstein's anomaly, an eponymic term for a cardiac malformation in man. All of the dogs had systolic murmurs in the tricuspid area, and all had radiographic evidence of cardiac enlargement, particularly of the right atrium. Electrocardiography indicated atrial ...
Bucciarelli R L - - 1977
Fourteen term newborn infants have been recognized as having transient tricuspid insufficiency associated with significant perinatal stress. Five of these infants underwent cardiac catheterization for presumed congenital heart disease, but had only massive tricuspid valve insufficiency. The other nine infants were diagnosed on the basis of a murmur characteristic of ...
Stewart S - - 1977
The specialized cardiac conduction tissue was identified quickly and easily at operation in 2 patients with corrected transposition (L-TGV) and 1 with Ebstein's anomaly. In each of the former cases the tissue was located along the upper rim of the VSD, beneath the pulmonary outflow tract; in neither patient was ...
Hanes T E - - 1977
Clinical and anatomical data are presented on a neonate with tricuspid atresia, who died at 16 hours with a regional, nontransmural myocardial infarcti after clinical documentation of akinesis. A partially occlusive intimal lesion associated with acute angulation of the right coronary artery was noted in an area of fibrosis that ...
Freedom R M - - 1977
2 patients with viscero-atrial situs solitus, isolated ventricular inversion (IVI) and double inlet right-sided morphologic left ventricle are presented. Isolated ventricular inversion is a rare cardiac anomaly characterized by ventricular inversion, subpulmonary conus, and ventriculo-arterial concordance. Their angiocardiographic and pathologic features are presented, and the morphologic findings of the 9 ...
Breyer R H - - 1976
The best means of managing tricuspid regurgitation associated with mitral or mitral and aortic valve disease is still to be determined. During the period 1972 to 1974, we treated 76 patients who had tricuspid regurgitation along with associated valvular dysfunction. Patients with mold regurgitation were treated conservatively, those with moderate ...
Ito S - - 1976
A case of 42-year-old female with persistent pericardial effusion and recurrent congestive heart failure was presented. The clinical course, laboratory and cardiac evaluations confirmed the existence of tricuspid incompetence and restrictive condition of the right ventricle. At autopsy, the right atrium and ventricle showed moderate hypertrophy, the left ventricle being ...
Kay J H - - 1976
Is it necessary to replace the tricuspid valve or insert a tricuspid ring for pure tricuspid insufficiency, or is repair satisfactory? In 96 of 113 patients with pure tricuspid insufficiency the tricuspid valve was repaired by converting the incompetent three-leaflet valve into a two-leaflet one. To avoid liver damage in ...
Kisslo J - - 1976
Standard M mode echocardiography and a new real time two dimensional echocardiographic imaging system were utilized to follow the progressive anatomic destruction of the tricuspid valve in a patient with bacterial endocarditis. The initial two dimensional echocardiographic study revealed large vegetative masses attached to severely prolapsing tricuspid leaflets. Serial studies ...
Goto T - - 1976
During the past eight years, 46 of the 106 patients who underwent mitral valve replacement were associated with tricuspid insufficiency. No surgical correction was performed (14 cases) in cases of slight tricuspid insufficiency. Tricuspid annuloplasty (11 cases) or valve replacement (21 cases) was employed according to the severity of insufficiency. ...
Senoo Y - - 1976
For the surgical management of Ebstein's anomaly, the preferred operation will be Hardy's procedure, which preserves the patient's valve. However, we have encountered 3 cases of this disease in which the downward displacement of the tricuspid valve was so severe and the functioning right ventricle was so small that Hardy's ...
Edmunds L H LH - - 1976
Obstructions of the right ventricular infundibulum were resected through the orifice of the tricuspid valve in 21 patients, 15 of whom had tetralogy of Fallot. At operation the systolic pressure difference between the right ventricle and pulmonary artery after repair averaged 18 mm Hg (range 0-40 mm Hg). In patients ...
Oglietti J - - 1976
Two patients with supravalvular stenosing ring of the left atrium are described. In 1 patient with an associated ventricular septal defect and Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, the diagnosis of supravalvular stenosing ring was only suspected. This patient underwent correction but died 34 days after the operation because of pulmonary embolism. In the ...
Shinebourne E A - - 1976
A nomenclature is described for congenital heart disease employing sequential chamber localization. It is an eclectic system based in part upon the previous classifications of Van Praagh and Kirklin. It links together the atrial, ventricular, and arterial segments of the heart and then permits tabulation of associated anomalies. The atrial ...
Zone D D - - 1976
A patient with chronic right heart failure and probable tricuspid insufficiency associated with an inferior myocardial infartion is described. Angiograms demonstrated total occlusion of the right coronary artery at its origin, a patent venous bypass graft to the mid-right coronary artery and hypokinesia of the inferior wall of both the ...
Stewart S - - 1976
Double-outlet right ventricle (DORV) should be classified according to its various subsets. Van Praagh's symbolic terminology provides an appropriate mechanism for doing that. Each of these subsets is described in terms of its pathology, clinical characteristics, cardiac catheterization findings, and operative repair. The operative repair for each is different. The ...
McAllister R G RG - - 1976
Tricuspid regurgitation developed in two patients after inferior wall myocardial infarction. Neither patient had preexisting valvular heart disease or evidence of endocarditis, and neither had suffered chest trauma. Because abnormalities in right ventricular function may occur after inferior infarction, and because other known causes of tricuspid incompetence were not present, ...
Farooki Z Q - - 1976
Sixteen patients aged between one day to 18 years with Ebstein's malformation of the tricuspid valve were studied with ultrasound. The findings were compared with a group of 74 patients without Ebstein's malformation. Two features were considered specific for Ebstein's malformation: 1) ability to record the anterior tricuspid leaflet (ATL) ...
Hadjigeorge C - - 1976
The right ventricular angiocardiographic findings, in the anterioposterior projection, are described on three patients with tricuspid valvular stenosis. During diastole, the tricuspid valve was delineated as an arcline contour, placed between the non opacified right atrium and the opacified right ventricle, and it was displaced to the left of the ...
Kouchoukos N T - - 1976
A review of our experience with tricuspid valve replacement over a 7.5-year period is presented. Isolated disease of the tricuspid valve was encountered infrequently [8 of 87 patients] and was due to a variety of causes. In the remaining cases, the tricuspid disease was associated with rheumatic valvular disease of ...
Goor D A - - 1975
In a patient recently undergoing total intracardiac repair of the Taussing-Bing malformation the immediate cause of death appeared to be an obstruction to left ventricular outflow. Examination of this and other specimens of Taussig-Bing malformations revealed that the obstruction appeared to be a portion of the pulmonary conus. This area ...
Maull K I - - 1975
A 32-year-old man who presented with symptoms suggesting empyema was found at thoracotomy to have infarction of an extralobar pulmonary sequestration. He was completely relieved by excision of the sequestration after securing the systemic vascular pedicle which had undergone torsion. Recognition of the anomalous bloody supply and other congenital anomalies ...
Murphy K F - - 1975
In addition to recording the motion of the mitral, tricuspid, aortic, and pulmonic valves, echocardiography can identify right and left ventricular cavities and the interventricular septum. Disorders such as atrial-septal defect, valvular and subvalvular aortic stenosis, pulmonic stenosis, Ebstein's anomaly of the tricuspid valve, and the hypoplastic left-heart syndrome can ...
Seides S F - - 1975
The effects of surgically created tricuspid insufficiency on the right ventricular dimension and the motion of the interventricular septum were determined by serial echocardiography in a patient with a hemodynamically normal heart who underwent tricuspid valvulectomy and later tricuspid valve replacement for medically intractable bacterial endocarditis. Initially, both the right ...
Sade R M - - 1975
The historical development of the concept that an anatomic ventricle is not needed for the pulmonary circulation is reviewed. The application of this idea to surgical treatment of congenital heart disease has culminated in atriopulmonary bypass for tricuspid atresia, an operation that relieves cyanosis and creates a functionally normal circulation, ...
Paquet M - - 1975
Seven patients, four months to ten years of age, with total anomalous pulmonary venous connection (TAPVC) were studied by echocardiography. The diagnosis was confirmed by cardiac catheterization, angiography, and surgery in each. The connection was to the left vertical vein in four patients, to the coronary sinus in one, to ...
Clouse M E - - 1975
Two patients with renal arteriovenous malformations are presented along with the distinct changes shown by urography, arteriography, and pharmacoangiography. The relevant roentgen signs in such patients include multiple small cobblestone-like identations caused by well-formed vascular channels projecting into the collecting structures, no angiographic or urographic evidence of a mass displacing ...
Rosenquist G C - - 1975
In 39 out of 95 normal specimens, there was either no commissure between the anterior and medial leaflets of the tricuspid valve, which resulted in an interrupted valve margin at the center of the membranous ventricular septum, or an incompletely formed commissure. It is suggested that one end of this ...
Tandon R - - 1975
A patient with ventricular inversion with normally related great vessels and double inlet left ventricle is presented. the patient also showed features of Down's syndrome. Association of ventricular inversion with normally related great vessels is rare and leads to a basic functional state like that of complete transposition of great ...
Alexander K M - - 1975
The myoglobin content of atria and ventricles of hearts of some mammals has been studied. The hearts of various mammals exhibit variations in their myoglobin concentration in contrast to earlier reports on various mammals. A definite gradation in the distribution pattern of myoglobin in mammalian cardiac muscles with Left atrium ...
Azpitarte J - - 1975
Three patients presented subacute right heart failure, 6, 12 and 22 months after replacement of the tricuspid valve with a Björk-Shiley prosthesis. The principal finding encountered on clinical examination was a tricuspid filling murmur with inspiratory accentuation. The mean prosthetic gradient found at cardiac catheterization was 7, 8 and 10 ...
Schloss M - - 1975
A case is presented of a 42-yr old woman with rheumatic heart disease in whom cardiac catheterization revealed severe mitral stenosis and a low cardiac output, but no gradient across the tricuspid valve. Echocardiography clearly demonstrated the presence of tricuspid stenosis and the valve was found to be severely stenotic ...
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