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Case 4/2016: 32-Year-Old Female, with Critical Pulmonary Valve Stenosis. Operated at 4 Months of Age, in Normal Healing Evolution.

Atik E - Arq. Bras. Cardiol. (2016)

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Affiliation: Edmar Atik's Private Clinic, SP, Brazil.

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Currently, the patient is able to carry out routine activities and does not refer any symptoms... The patient has led a normal life, having graduated in law at a traditional university with normal and well tolerated physical that percutaneous commissurotomy with rupture of the valve, and not of the commissure, generally results in a less favorable evolution, especially if it is technique, surgical or percutaneous... not occur in 12%, is mild in 64%, moderate in 18%, and severe in 6%... The results, in general, are comparable between the two procedures, surgical or percutaneous... valve, especially when a commissurotomy is flawlessly performed, surgically or percutaneously.

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Chest X-Rays show enlarged cardiac area, with decreasedpulmonary vasculature in periods pre and immediate to surgery forcorrection of pulmonary valve stenosis, and with electrocardiogram withmarked overload of right cardiac cavities with signs of suprasystemicsystolic pressure.
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f1: Chest X-Rays show enlarged cardiac area, with decreasedpulmonary vasculature in periods pre and immediate to surgery forcorrection of pulmonary valve stenosis, and with electrocardiogram withmarked overload of right cardiac cavities with signs of suprasystemicsystolic pressure.

Mentions: Electrochardiogram showed junctional rhythm and discreet end disorder ofconduction through the right branch with complex rSr in V1 with normal duration ofQRS of 0.094 seconds. AP = -30º; AQRS = -10º; AT = +10º (Figure 2). ECG, done before the surgery at 4 months old,highlighted the significant right ventricular and atrial overload with electricalsignals of systolic pressure of the right ventricle greater than systemic pressurewith depression of ST segment in the right precordials and QR waves from V1 to V5,largely negative T waves from V1 to V6 and peaked P wave with 5 to 6 mm amplitudefrom V2 to V4; AP = +50°, AQRS = + 170°, AT = -60°. (Figure 1).


Case 4/2016: 32-Year-Old Female, with Critical Pulmonary Valve Stenosis. Operated at 4 Months of Age, in Normal Healing Evolution.

Atik E - Arq. Bras. Cardiol. (2016)

Chest X-Rays show enlarged cardiac area, with decreasedpulmonary vasculature in periods pre and immediate to surgery forcorrection of pulmonary valve stenosis, and with electrocardiogram withmarked overload of right cardiac cavities with signs of suprasystemicsystolic pressure.
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f1: Chest X-Rays show enlarged cardiac area, with decreasedpulmonary vasculature in periods pre and immediate to surgery forcorrection of pulmonary valve stenosis, and with electrocardiogram withmarked overload of right cardiac cavities with signs of suprasystemicsystolic pressure.
Mentions: Electrochardiogram showed junctional rhythm and discreet end disorder ofconduction through the right branch with complex rSr in V1 with normal duration ofQRS of 0.094 seconds. AP = -30º; AQRS = -10º; AT = +10º (Figure 2). ECG, done before the surgery at 4 months old,highlighted the significant right ventricular and atrial overload with electricalsignals of systolic pressure of the right ventricle greater than systemic pressurewith depression of ST segment in the right precordials and QR waves from V1 to V5,largely negative T waves from V1 to V6 and peaked P wave with 5 to 6 mm amplitudefrom V2 to V4; AP = +50°, AQRS = + 170°, AT = -60°. (Figure 1).

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Edmar Atik's Private Clinic, SP, Brazil.

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Currently, the patient is able to carry out routine activities and does not refer any symptoms... The patient has led a normal life, having graduated in law at a traditional university with normal and well tolerated physical that percutaneous commissurotomy with rupture of the valve, and not of the commissure, generally results in a less favorable evolution, especially if it is technique, surgical or percutaneous... not occur in 12%, is mild in 64%, moderate in 18%, and severe in 6%... The results, in general, are comparable between the two procedures, surgical or percutaneous... valve, especially when a commissurotomy is flawlessly performed, surgically or percutaneously.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus