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Very rare Image for Rheumatoid tricuspid valve changes
Hadi abdulsalam Abo Aljadayel1* and Prof Saied Saeid Hosseini2
1Master Cardiac Surgery, Syrian and Arab Board in Cardiac Surgery
2Heart valve Disease Research Centre, Rajaie Cardiovascular Medical and Research Center, Iran University of Medical Sciences
*Corresponding Author: Dr. Hadi abdulsalam Abo Aljadayel, Master, Syrian and Arab Board in Cardiac Surgery, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aritcle Type: Clinical Image
Citation: Hadi abdulsalam Abo Aljadayel, Saied Saeid Hosseini. 2020. Very rare Image for Rheumatoid tricuspid valve changes. J Cardiovasc Surg Heart Dis. 2: 12-13.
Copyright: This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Copyright © 2020; Hadi abdulsalam Abo Aljadaye
Publication history:Received date: 29 April, 2020
Accepted date: 08 May, 2020
Published date: 11 May, 2020
Rheumatic tricuspid valve disease occurs in association with rheumatic involvement of the mitral aortic valves combined. The third world still have a significant prevalence of rheumatic tricuspid valvular disease. The preponderance of cases is in young women. Rheumatic tricuspid disease usually results in a regurgitant valve with variable amounts of stenosis, Borders of the stenotic tricuspid orifice are usually fibrous and thickened, although peripheral portions of the leaflets remain thin. The hallmark of organic tricuspid stenosis is commissural fusion. All commissures are usually equally fused, but occasionally fusion is limited to the anteroseptal commissure. Chordal thickening and fusion are usually mild, and calcification is usually absent.
Case of 30 years old lady who underwent cardiac surgery for mitral, Aortic, tricuspid valve replacement.
Keywords: Valvular disease; Rheumatismal changes; Tricuspid valve diseasz
The authors have no conflicts of interest to disclose.
We took this Image for the Tricuspid valve intraoperatively figure 1,2.