Konno procedure

Kon·no pro·ce·dure

(kon'ō),
a method of repairing congenital tunnel-type subaortic stenosis and narrowing of the left ventricular-aortic junction by aortoventriculoplasty and prosthetic valve replacement.
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At first the health authorities refused to pay for the treatment saying he did not need the operation, known as a Konno procedure, but later agreed to pay for it.
Doctor's at London's Brompton Hospital feared the worst and told Ruth that only a delicate operation called the Konno Procedure could save her.
The Konno Procedure is a complex operation to cut space below the aortic valve and replace part of it with an artificial calcium one to take pressure off the organ.