Seleccionamos este curioso caso publicado por Ahmad Masri (@MasriAhmadMD).
I didnt know these things still exist. Have you seen one before? Answer below #whyCMR #cardiotwitter #MedEd @purviparwani @onco_cardiology @venkmurthy @PushpaShivaram @vass_vassiliou @cshenoy3 @rajdoc2005 @MarkELindsay @FredWuMD @afshinfarzan @AChoiHeart @LopezOpitz pic.twitter.com/nsQMsEdUwj— Ahmad Masri (@MasriAhmadMD) 7 de abril de 2019
Apicalaortic conduit used to bypass aortic valve in cases if obstruction. Largely replaced by the Ross procedure. In this case, a young patient where the procedure was done as a bailout last resort. Dont know the exact details.— Ahmad Masri (@MasriAhmadMD) 7 de abril de 2019
What's unusual, no valve was put in the conduit, open communication between Ao and LV. 50% regurgitant fraction. Take down and extensive surgical intervention was done. Patient doing well.— Ahmad Masri (@MasriAhmadMD) 7 de abril de 2019
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