... Aortic stenosis
Definition: The aorta is the large artery ... (lower chamber) of the heart . Aortic stenosis
may be present in varying degrees, classified ... flow is present. A child with severe aortic stenosis
will be quite ill, with major symptoms noted ...
... Regurgitation ( Aortic Insufficiency ) Aortic stenosis
Aortic Valve Prolapse ( Aortic Insufficiency ) Aortic Valve stenosis
( Aortic stenosis
) ... aortic insufficiency (leaking of the ...
... two flaps instead of three, which can lead to stenosis
in adulthood. Sub aortic stenosis
is a narrowing of the left ventricle below ... left ventricle . Septal defects ... Aortic stenosis
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, X-Ray of the Left Artery A carotid ... oxygen -rich blood to the brain. Carotid stenosis
, X-ray of the left artery Carotid stenosis
, X-ray of the right artery Stroke ... ...
... disks Poor alignment of the vertebrae Spinal stenosis
(narrowing of the spinal canal) Strain or ... disk s, narrowing of the spinal canal ( spinal stenosis
), and degeneration of the disc spaces between ... a slipped or herniated disk or to treat spinal stenosis
. tight, however, they shorten and hence pull ...
... a logical order and sequence. Aortic stenosis
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... intussusception (children) pyloric stenosis
... Giardiasis ( Giardia lamblia) ... to intestinal obstruction from atresia or stenosis
of the intestine , esophageal webs, ... of the intestine s (for example, from pyloric stenosis
or intussusception ), kidney failure , coeliac ...
... back into the left atrium. Mitral valve stenosis
is almost always caused by rheumatic fever . As ... are partial ly fused together. Mitral valve stenosis
can also be present at birth . Mitral ... heart . Mitral Valve Obstruction ( Mitral stenosis
) Mitral Valve Prolapse Mittelschmerz Mixed ...
... Mitral stenosis
is a heart valve disorder. Symptoms usually ... have had rheumatic fever . Mitral valve stenosis
— or mitral stenosis
— is a condition in which the heart 's ...
... fever ... How do murmur s help diagnose stenosis
? How do doctors assess the severity of aortic valve stenosis
? What are the difficulties in diagnosing aortic valve stenosis
? (back to top) ... Answer: A murmur is an ...
... Pulmonary valve stenosis
is a narrowing of the pulmonary valve, the ... from the pulmonary artery . Pulmonary stenosis
, peripheral , with cholestasis : Also known as ... to that in the aorta . Pulmonary valve stenosis
Definition: Pulmonary valve ...
... Pyloric stenosis
is a common surgical problem that occurs in early infancy. Pyloric stenosis
causes vomiting as it's primary symptom. ... present as late as 6 weeks of age. Pyloric stenosis
Alternative Names: Congenital hypertrophic ...
Renal artery stenosis
... Renal artery stenosis
often causes hypertension ( high blood ... that is difficult to control. Renal Artery stenosis
Alternate Names : Fibromuscular Dysplasia ... - Renal Artery , Renal Artery Occlusion, stenosis
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... Spinal stenosis
Definition: Spinal stenosis
is a narrowing of the lumbar (back) or ... compress ion of the nerve roots. Spinal stenosis
is a narrowing of one or more areas in your ...
occurs when the heart valve opening is ... through the stiff (stenotic) valve(s). Re stenosis
: Renarrowing, as in re stenosis
of a coronary artery after angioplasty . From ...
... Regurgitation ) Aortic Dissection Aortic Regurgitation Aortic stenosis
Arrhythmias Arteriosclerosis ( Atherosclerosis ) ... Intercept ... large vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body - Aortic stenosis
: Narrowing of the valve between the lower left heart chamber of the ...
... For: search help Printer-Friendly Format ... Renal artery stenosis
is caused when atheroembolic renal disease results in narrowing of the renal artery . Renal artery stenosis
may cause eventual failure of the kidney if it progressively blocks the ...
... by exercise . Beta -Cath system Device designed for treatment of re stenosis
in patients who have previously undergone angioplasty procedures. Local beta radiation is delivered to the site to inhibit re stenosis
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... inability to remember events that happened while drinking. • ... stenosis
can also occur as a result of rheumatic fever . Mild aortic stenosis
may produce no symptoms at all. The most common symptoms, depending on ...
... Last updated July 14, 1999 ... HLHS: Dilation of Proximal RPA stenosis
- 124 KB HLHS: View Conduit After Dilation of RPA - 185 KB HLHS- Proximal Innominate Artery stenosis
and Prominent Right Internal Mammary Artery - 154 KB ... Intact ...
... Alternate Names : Gastric Outlet Obstruction, Hypertrophic Pyloric stenosis
, Congenital Hypertrophic Pyloric stenosis
... Stomach cancer , also called gastric cancer , is the ...
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Heart valve surgery
... Surgery ) Valve Replacement ( Heart Valve Surgery ) Valvular Pulmonary stenosis
( Pulmonary Valve stenosis
) Vanillylmandelic Acid (VMA) ( Catecholamines - Urine ) Vanished ...
... to look for a herniated disc or narrowing of the spinal canal ( spinal stenosis
) in people with neck, arm, back, and/or leg pain . It is also used to ... spine. 1 2 ... - Lumbar Laminectomy for Herniated Disc or Lumbar stenosis
- Pituitary Tumor Resection - Shunt Placement - Stroke /TIA - ...
... Cardiomyopathy - Hypertrophic (HCM), Idiopathic Hypertrophic Sub aortic stenosis
, IHSS See all Pictures & Images Diagnosis & Tests ... ... output monitoring in a critically ill or injured person ... Pyloric stenosis
is a narrowing of the outlet of the stomach , called the pylorus , as ...
... heart disease A blocked artery (arterial occlusion) Narrowing ( stenosis
) of an artery ... Incompetent Cervix Incomplete Abortion ... things, or incompetent ... Narrowing of the cervix ( cervical stenosis
) that causes infertility may occur (rare). Inability of the cervix ...
Patent foramen ovale
... defect Opening up narrow heart valves, such as mitral or pulmonary stenosis
Treating abnormal heart rhythms with ablation procedures ... TOF: ... heart valve disease such as mitral valve prolapse , or narrowing ( stenosis
) of a heart valve. Infection of the heart valves ( endocarditis ). ...
... septal defect (VSD) Patent ductus arteriosus ( PDA ) Aortic valve stenosis
Mitral valve stenosis
... PDA (Patent Ductus Arteriosus) Pericarditits After a Heart ...
... ... The pylorus is a circular muscle . When an infant has pyloric stenosis
, the pyloric muscle is enlarged, narrowing the entrance to the small ... is a common site for the formation of peptic ulcers . Pyloric stenosis
is a narrowing of the outlet of the stomach , called the pylorus , as ...
... the kidney and to immediately surrounding tissue . Renal artery stenosis
is caused when atheroembolic renal disease results in narrowing of ... in which the kidney s no longer function normally. Renal artery stenosis
can cause high blood pressure . In addition, sustained high blood ...
... heart . In the past, rheumatic fever was a common cause of aortic stenosis
. How's it treated? In the UK aortic valve stenosis
is the most common heart valve disorder requiring valve replacement. ...
... of the L5-S1 vertebra, degenerative lumbar scoliosis , and spinal stenosis
when decompression is required. Mfg: Advanced Spine Fixation Systems. ... congenital anomalies of the spine, such as spondylolisthesis , spinal stenosis
, or tumor s of the spinal canal. Benign juvenile lordosis (not ...
Acute arterial occlusion
... may lodge in the renal artery . acute arterial occlusion of the kidney acute renal failure atheroembolic renal disease renal artery stenosis
renal cell carcinoma ... ...
... described in Japanese, Italian, and North American families. Primary amyloidosis Primary pulmonary hypertension Pulmonary valve stenosis
Restrictive cardiomyopathy Right -sided heart failure Secondary systemic amyloidosis Senile cardiac amyloidosis Stroke Tetralogy of ...
... ing Intra mural Hematoma ( Aortic Dissection ) Aortic Insufficiency (Aortic Regurgitation ) Aortic Dissection Aortic Regurgitation Aortic stenosis
Arrhythmias Arteriosclerosis ( Atherosclerosis ) Atherosclerosis Atrial Fibrillation ... - aortic dissection * - aspirin and heart ...
... organic debris. Asymptomatic infection common. Epidemic s of gastroenteritis are common in summer and fall. asymptomatic carotid stenosis
, or narrowing of one of the arteries in the neck sickle cell anemia , a blood disorder that forms abnormal red blood cells high cholesterol ...
... tricuspid atresia , and hypoplastic left heart syndrome . Sept ostomy does not correct the congenital heart defect. anal atresia or stenosis
(such as a narrowed or absent anal opening, also sometimes called imperforate anus ) abnormally shaped ears with tags, pits or fistula s (unusual ...
Atrial septal defect
... CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE - Heart disease that is present from birth . Examples include atrial septal defect , ventricular septal defect, aortic stenosis
, and tetralogy of Fallot . [ Med Help International ] [ Search ] [ Ask the Doctor Forums ] ... These conditions include valvular heart disease ...
... may cause ... MRI scan of the spine may be used to evaluate patients with back pain , herniated disk s, narrowing of the spinal canal ( spinal stenosis
), and degeneration of the disc spaces between the vertebrae ( cervical spondylosis ). Difficulty controlling the passage of stool or gas from ...
... Icterus ( Jaundice ) IDDM (Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus ) Idiopathic Hemochromatosis ( Hemochromatosis ) Idiopathic Hypertrophic Sub aortic stenosis
(Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy ) ... Meconium : The first bowel movement of the baby, usually passed after birth . When it is passed ...