supravalvar

su·pra·val·var

(sū'pră-val'văr),
Above the valves, either pulmonary or aortic.
Synonym(s): supravalvular
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Six patients (26.1%) showed supravalvar pulmonary stenosis and seven patients (30.4%) showed right pulmonary stenosis during follow-up.
Papel relativo da remodelacao geometrica do ventriculo esquerdo, morfologica e funcional do miocardio na transicao da hipertrofia compensada para a falencia cardiaca em ratos com estenose aortica supravalvar. Arq Bras Cardiol 2007; 88: 225-233, doi: 10.1590/S0066-782X2007000200015.
Mutations in the ELN gene, encoding elastin (ELN), result in Williams Syndrome, a syndrome characterized by supravalvar aortic stenosis, cutis laxa, and other disorders of connective tissue [72].
Prevalencia e Abordagem Cirurgica da Estenose Supravalvar Pulmonar Pos-Operacao de Jatene para Transposicao das Grandes Arterias.
Occasionally surgical intervention may become necessary when there is severe supravalvar stenosis, significant valve annulus hypoplasia, severely dysplastic pulmonary valves, or persistent and severe infundibular narrowing (most of this resolves spontaneously or with beta-blocker therapy) despite successful balloon pulmonary valvuloplasty25.
A Sindrome de Williams (SW) e uma doenca genetica causada por uma delecao multigenica hemizigotica no cromossomo 7q11.23, abrangendo, em 95% dos casos, de 1,5 a 1,6Mb (delecao de aproximadamente 26 genes), com prevalencia acima de 1:7.500 nascidos vivos [1-4] O diagnostico da SW e feito por avaliacao clinica, geralmente durante a infancia e baseado em caracteristicas do fenotipo que incluem bochechas proeminentes, narinas antevertidas, labios volumosos e sintomas cardiovasculares, principalmente a estenose supravalvar aortica.
Stenosis was further classified as subvalvar, transvalvar and supravalvar (at the level of distal anastamosis).
Un defecto en la porcion supravalvar resultara en una comunicacion entre el ventriculo izquierdo y la auricula derecha.
The patient's past medical history was notable only for repair of an atrial septal defect and supravalvar pulmonary stenosis at 11 months of age.
Severe supravalvar aortic stenosis in familial homozygous hypercholesterolemia.
It exists in two forms; a discrete form in which the narrowing is localized to the supravalvar area of the ascending aorta, or a diffuse form in where the narrowing affects the whole length of the ascending aorta and a variable amount of the arch and brachiocephalic vessels (2-4).

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