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Banna virus

(ban'na?, ban'a) [Xishuang Banna, Yunnan province, China] See: virus

Banna virus

Abbreviation: BAV
The type species of the genus Seadornavirus (family Reoviridae), isolated in Asia. It is transmitted to humans by the mosquito or tick bite and is implicated in some cases of encephalitis.
See also: virus
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reported the presence of aortic dilatation in both tricuspid and bicuspid aortic valve, however, the prevalence and severity of aortic dilatation were more with BAV.
Nevertheless, we believe the presence of this new isolate in Para State likely resulted from virus spread from Tocantins, Maranhao, or Mato Grosso, 3 neighboring states of Para State, which had Bovine vaccinia outbreaks in recent years, and not from reemergence of BAV (1).
Different brands had different effects on BAV Pillar scores for target and partner brands.
The study group consisted of 35 patients with BAV and the control group consisted of 35 healthy with normal aortic valve who were matched for gender and age.
Viruses were isolated and BAV isolates were identified using described procedures (8).
There is an unmet clinical need for a high performance, dimensionally consistent and structurally reliable balloon for BAV and TAVI.
including BAV, are not well understood, and the scope and impact of BAV infection in Asia require further investigation.
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHBLI) and others have reported a 10% to 17% failure rate in conventional balloons used in BAV (balloon aortic valvuloplasty) and TAVI (transcatheter aortic valve implantation) procedures.
In BAV, VBH, and GP1V, a major portion of the A26L gene is missing (profile 3) (5, 9,13).
BAV Software plans to deliver its newest product via the Internet through Exodus Communications Inc.
During BAV procedures there is a risk that atheromatous plaque may be dislodged and travel to the brain during the passage of catheters around the aortic arch or during the subsequent balloon dilation of the stenotic and calcified aortic valve.