subvalvar

sub·val·var

, subvalvular (sŭb-val'văr, sŭb-val'vū-lăr),
Below any valve.
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The valvitis constitutes the phenotypic feature of rheumatic carditis, hence echocardiographic documentation of valvar and subvalvar changes can be of significant help (10).
Stenosis was further classified as subvalvar, transvalvar and supravalvar (at the level of distal anastamosis).
Functional obstruction of the left ventricle; acquired aortic subvalvar stenosis.
At surgery, there was an important destruction of the valvar and subvalvar tissue and the mitral valve was replaced by a biological prosthesis.
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