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Percutaneous surgery for mitral valve disease
  1. A L Clark,
  2. M F Alamgir,
  3. R K Nair,
  4. S T Thackray
  1. a.l.clark{at}hull.ac.uk

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A 62-year-old man presented with progressive exercise limitation for the previous 18 months. He was found to have prolapse of the middle scallop of the posterior mitral valve leaflet and associated severe mitral regurgitation. He had had coronary artery by-pass grafting 4 years previously. All the grafts were patent, but because …

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