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Aoric valve replacement

H Tsukui, M Kitamura, M Hachida, Y Kunii, H Uesugi, S Saito, H Ishitoya, K Hirata, H Koyanagi
A 48-year-old man, who had a cerebral arterial aneurysm, was admitted in our institution for operation of aortic valve stenosis. At first, he underwent clipping for cerebral arterial aneurysm under precise management of his hemodynamic condition. After the clipping operation, we performed aortic valve replacement with the Toronto stentless porcine valve because no anticoagulant therapy was ideal for patient with cerebrovascular disease and larger effective orifice area was preferable for stenotic aortic annulus...
July 1997: Kyobu Geka. the Japanese Journal of Thoracic Surgery
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