• Corpus ID: 24831963

Late tricuspid regurgitation following mitral valve surgery.

  title={Late tricuspid regurgitation following mitral valve surgery.},
  author={P H Groves and Robert J. Hall},
  journal={The Journal of heart valve disease},
  volume={1 1},
The development of late tricuspid regurgitation is an important complication of mitral valve surgery, as it is associated with a severe impairment of exercise capacity and a poor symptomatic outcome. The pathogenesis of this condition remains poorly defined, but it is usually attributable to a functional abnormality of the tricuspid valve. Whilst its development may indicate an increased afterload on the right heart as a consequence of persistent pulmonary hypertension, mitral prosthetic… 

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  • Tsuneo AriyoshiK. Hashizume K. Eishi
  • Medicine
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  • 2013
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