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Thrombolytic Therapy for Struck Prosthetic Valves- A cheap alternative to redo-surgery Patient Details: A 34 year old lady, post aortic valve replacement – Bi leaflet St Jude Valve Presented 7 months later with history of giddiness and breathlessness.
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Perforated anterior leaflet of mitral valve with severe mitral regurgitation. This is a post endocarditis case.

 


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Thrombolytic Therapy for Struck Prosthetic Valves- A cheap alternative to redo-surgery

Patient Details: A 34 year old lady, post aortic valve replacement – Bi leaflet St Jude Valve
Presented 7 months later with history of giddiness and breathlessness.

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Partial Left Ventriculectomy (Batista operation) for severe dilated cardiomyopathy

 
The 5 T’s of cyanotic heart disease

What are the five T’s of Congenital Heart Disease? This must be one of the questions most of the persons reading this article faced during a viva exam some point in their studentship or career.

The most common cyanotic heart conditions presenting in the neonatal period are referred to as “The five T’s”

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