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Ascending aortic aneurysm

A bicuspid aortic valve is most common congenital aortic valve anomaly. In many patients, a bicuspid aortic valve leads to aortic stenosis, aortic insufficiency and thoracic aortic aneurysm. A 48 years old male presented with a Sievers type 1 "L-R" bicuspid aortic valve had ascending aortic aneurysm and moderate aortic insufficiency (intra-operative TEE). There was no significant aortic root dilatation, aortic insufficiency was due to dilatation of the sinotubular junction. The valve-sparing tubular ascending aortic replacement with remodeling of the sinotubular junction (Frater method) was performed.

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Vladimir Uspenskiy

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