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Surgical Placement of Porcine Aortic Root Graft with Obstruction of Coronary Arteries
Surgical Placement of Porcine Aortic Root Graft with Obstruction of Coronary Arteries

The aorta presents stenosis at its root, a predominant left coronary artery, has a heavily calcified bicuspid valve and the ostia of the coronary arteries are very low just above the annulus. A pericardial patch is placed to enlarge the aortic root and a porcine valve placed. A second variety of porcine valve replaces the first one due to obstruction of left main coronary artery.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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