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The results of cardiac catheterisation in 137 cases of pure adult aortic stenosis considered to be isolated after non-invasive investigation (clinical examination, carotid pulse tracing, echocardiogramme) are reported. The authors analyse the reliability and risks of this examination to which they attribute a triple objective; evaluation of the severity of… (More)
Correlations between calcifications and stenoses observed on coronarography were studied in 200 patients with coronary heart disease and calcifications in the coronary arteries. There was a very close relationship (p less than 0.0005) between the number of calcified and stenosed main coronary vessels. Calcification in the circumflex and right coronary… (More)
Transvalvular passage was successful in 124 out of 144 patients (86.1%). The percentage of success varied according to the lesions: 82% in pure secondary stenosis, 95.7% in predominantly stenotic aortic valve disease, 87.5% in stenosis with other valve lesions, and 100% in congenital stenosis.