Intraoperative TEE of the Month - February 2016

published 5 years ago by Ed Nemergut and Robert Thiele (presented by the IARS)

Ventricular septal defect in adults

This is doctor Julie health Meyer with our open the anesthesia intra operative T. E. case of the month for February 2016. Each month we feature an operative case which teaches or emphasizes an important aspect of basic intra operative T. E.. Our patient this month is a 30 year old man with a known by custody ordered valve with aortic regurgitation an ace in the aortic aneurysm and been tricky or septal defect. He had been followed for a significant period of time for these problems. But presented recently if with mild dyspnea and increasing fatigue. His pre operative trance the Rasuk echocardiogram showed his bicuspid aortic valve with prolapse of the more interior leaflet. Severe E. centric aortic regurgitation that coursed across the ventricular aspect of the anterior mitral leaflet. Small membranous ventricular septal defect and a moderately dilated left ventricle. He presented to the ...

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