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Ascending aortic replacement

Marfan syndrome is the most common connective tissue disorder, with an incidence of 1 in 10,000. Marfan syndrome is autosomal dominantly inherited and associated with FBN-1 gene mutations. The alteration in the microfibril protein structure results in ocular, skeletal, and cardiovascular abnormalities, such as mitral valve prolapse and aortic root dilatation. A 33 years old lady presented with a Marfan syndrome, ascending aortic aneurysm and severe aortic insufficiency, referred to open-heart surgery - valve-sparing ascending aortic and root replacement (David I procedure). Aortic valve leaflets with comissures and coronary artery buttons excised and prepared for reimplantation.

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Vladimir Uspenskiy

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2837 x 2816 pixels

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9 x 9 inches / 24 x 24 cm

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