2004
DOI: 10.1055/s-2004-820881 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The preferential type of covering the NPA coronary excision sites in ASO should be U-shaped.

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“…PA stenosis is the most common indication for reintervention after ASO, with a long-term incidence of approximately 8% over 25 years. 4,9 Identified mechanisms include decreased postoperative growth and pulsatility of the pulmonary arteries, stretching of the left pulmonary artery (LPA) across the aorta, and surgical technique of coronary excision from the native aortic root, 6,8,10,11 all leading to increased RV afterload. However, abnormal PA flow patterns can still be appreciated in ASO patients with no apparent PA stenosis.…”
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“…PA stenosis is the most common indication for reintervention after ASO, with a long-term incidence of approximately 8% over 25 years. 4,9 Identified mechanisms include decreased postoperative growth and pulsatility of the pulmonary arteries, stretching of the left pulmonary artery (LPA) across the aorta, and surgical technique of coronary excision from the native aortic root, 6,8,10,11 all leading to increased RV afterload. However, abnormal PA flow patterns can still be appreciated in ASO patients with no apparent PA stenosis.…”
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