Angiographic appearance of post-operative aortic valvar stenosis. Angiographic and haemodynamic correlation

W. Castaneda-Zuniga, C. Zollikofer, O. Valdez-Davila, P. H. Nath, K. Amplatz

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The classic angiographic appearance of a stenotic aortic valve is that of 'doming'. Adequate relief of the obstruction can be obtained with an aortic valvotomy. It should be stressed, however, that even in the absence of an haemodynamically significant gradient, 'doming' of the aortic valve persists over many years and is explained by the presence of an anatomically bicuspid valve.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)851-854
Number of pages4
JournalBritish Journal of Radiology
Volume52
Issue number623
StatePublished - 1979
Externally publishedYes

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Aortic Valve Stenosis
Aortic Valve
Hemodynamics
Mitral Valve

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Castaneda-Zuniga, W., Zollikofer, C., Valdez-Davila, O., Nath, P. H., & Amplatz, K. (1979). Angiographic appearance of post-operative aortic valvar stenosis. Angiographic and haemodynamic correlation. British Journal of Radiology, 52(623), 851-854.

Angiographic appearance of post-operative aortic valvar stenosis. Angiographic and haemodynamic correlation. / Castaneda-Zuniga, W.; Zollikofer, C.; Valdez-Davila, O.; Nath, P. H.; Amplatz, K.

In: British Journal of Radiology, Vol. 52, No. 623, 1979, p. 851-854.

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Castaneda-Zuniga, W, Zollikofer, C, Valdez-Davila, O, Nath, PH & Amplatz, K 1979, 'Angiographic appearance of post-operative aortic valvar stenosis. Angiographic and haemodynamic correlation', British Journal of Radiology, vol. 52, no. 623, pp. 851-854.
Castaneda-Zuniga W, Zollikofer C, Valdez-Davila O, Nath PH, Amplatz K. Angiographic appearance of post-operative aortic valvar stenosis. Angiographic and haemodynamic correlation. British Journal of Radiology. 1979;52(623):851-854.
Castaneda-Zuniga, W. ; Zollikofer, C. ; Valdez-Davila, O. ; Nath, P. H. ; Amplatz, K. / Angiographic appearance of post-operative aortic valvar stenosis. Angiographic and haemodynamic correlation. In: British Journal of Radiology. 1979 ; Vol. 52, No. 623. pp. 851-854.
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