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Ocular pulse amplitude and visual field changes in patients diagnosed with aortic regurgitation

Purpose: Purpose Objectives: In the patients treated with aortic regurgitation, there is a connection between ocular pulse amplitude, intraocular pressure, and visual field deterioration. Methods The study included twenty-nine patients with AR diagnosis without glaucoma history as part of the AR group and 32 healthy participants as a control group. Sixteen of the 32 healthy subjects and 14 of 29 AR patients were females, respectively. The measurement conducted at 15:30 in one of the diurnal IOP measurements with the Pascal DCT was found to be statistically significant higher in the AR group. When the healthy patients and patients diagnosed with AR were compared, it was found that there was a statistically significant positive correlation in terms of the important GSS2 stage. Conclusion Although there was no rise in IOP, VF deficiencies were discovered in patients with AR.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10792-022-02488-y


Single-stage repair of complex aortic arch anomaly with aortic regurgitation

The aberrant left subclavian artery that has arisen from Kommerellu2019s diverticulum is extremely rare. Such an aneurysm may have a concomitant cardiac pathology. Only through median sternotomy is a successful single-stage intervention in a patient with aortic regurgitation, right aortic arch, and aneurysmal anomalous left subcutaneous artery from Kommerell's diverticulum. He was diagnosed with aortic regurgitation, right aortic arch, and aneurysmal deviation from Kommerell's diverticulum, and was treated by single-stage replacement of the aneurysm and aortic valve replacement with mechanical prosthesis by median sternotomy.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12055-022-01375-6


Sutureless aortic valve replacement in pure aortic regurgitation: expanding the indications

Patients with a pure aortic regurgitation are not considered eligible for transcatheter therapy and, therefore, require another less invasive surgical option. We wanted to explore our experience with sutureless aortic valve replacement in patients with symptomatic pure AR, which is a warning against the introduction of sutureless valve prostheses in Europe. Using Perceval, we reviewed the results and postoperative complications of 12 patients with a pure autoimmune AR undergoing SU-AVR using Perceval. No patients were affected by a valvular leakage. Pure AR is the aortic valve surgery's most feasible sutureless technologies in the aortic valve surgery. SU-AVR in severe AR has a strong likelihood of reducing the surgical complexity and hemodynamics while also lowering hospital costs without compromiseing postoperative outcomes and in-hospital lengths of stay.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13019-022-01959-8

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