Spontaneous closure of a membranous ventricular septal
Treatment for an atrial septal
defect depends on the age of diagnosis, the number of or seriousness of symptoms, size of the hole, and presence of other conditions.
Yalcin E Muderrisoglu H, Korkmaz ME, Ozin B, Baltali M, Yigit E The effect of dobutamine stress on left ventricular outflow tract gradients in hypertensive patients with basal septal
The spontaneous closure of post-infarction ventricular septal
rupture is very rare.
aneurysm is clinically significant because of its association with cryptogenic stroke especially when there is a concurrent PFO.
This patient, however, had only a small ventricular septal
The AMPLATZER Septal
Occluder offers Japanese physicians and their patients a less-invasive alternative to cardiac surgery for occluding, or closing, ASD.
Developed by US company AGA Medical, the AMPLATZER Septal
Occulader provides a minimally invasive procedure to ASD patients, shortening a period of hospitalization and improving their quality of life.
The academy practice guideline concluded that there is insufficient evidence to rank the superiority of warfarin over aspirin for prevention of recurrent stroke or death in patients with cryptogenic stroke and atrial septal
Another version of the noninvasive closure device helps adults and children with atrial septal
defects avoid open-heart surgery.
But Makkar, who had just returned from Houston after learning how to induce the so-called ``good heart attack,'' decided Figueroa was a strong candidate to participate in a national study evaluating the effectiveness of septal
Baby Girl-Y is currently recovering from surgery to correct an atrial septal