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Prosthetic valve dysfunction presenting as intermittent acute aortic regurgitation
  1. G Morocutti,
  2. G Bernardi,
  3. S Gelsomino
  1. g_morocutti{at}

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A 69 year old man was admitted to our hospital because of an episode of acute severe dyspnoea associated with transient loss of consciousness. His medical history revealed rheumatic aortic stenosis for which he had undergone aortic valve replacement with a No. 23 Duromedics bileaflet prosthesis in 1984. Since then, …

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