Association of aortic stenosis and gastrointestinal bleeding (Heyde's syndrome). Report of two cases.

The association between aortic stenosis and digestive angiodysplasia has been described for the first time by Heyde in 1958. This entity is thus known as Heyde's syndrome. In many instances, the recurrent small intestinal bleeding originating from angiodysplasia stopped after aortic valve replacement. We report two cases of patients presenting with a… CONTINUE READING