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Biventricular repair of complete atrioventricular septal defect (CAVSD) is largely achieved using the double-patch (DP) or modified single-patch (MSP) techniques in the current era, however long-term results following MSP repair are not well defined. We aimed to compare long-term outcomes including reoperation and mortality after CAVSD repair using DP and MSP techniques, and identify risk factors associated with adverse outcomes. A retrospective cohort study was performed including all patients who underwen...
The association between surgical outcome of hypospadias repair and long-term male reproductive function has not been documented. The purpose of this study was to clarify association between paternity in adult hypospadias patients and reoperation for urethral obstruction after two-stage repair during childhood.
While anatomical variations in the cardiac circulation are quite commonly encountered, isolated congenital coronary artery anomalies are rare. These conditions are only reported in 1% of patients who underwent coronary angiogram and 0.3% of patients at autopsy.
The pooled estimate of a recent meta-analysis concluded that rate of reoperation at 1 year was significantly higher in Aortic valve repair (8.82% vs 3.70%) as compared with aortic valve replacement in patients with aortic regurgitation (odds ratio = 2.67, 95% confidence interval [1.08, 3.62], P = .03). We performed a trial sequential analysis using the published data of the meta-analysis and found the evidence is not strong enough for the conclusion.
In our clinic, we aimed to investigate the effect of preoperative risk factors and postoperative complications on reoperation and mortality in cases with Behçet's disease which presents very rare coronary artery involvement.
What Metrics Can Be Used to Determine the Optimal Timing of Reimplantation in Patients Who Have Undergone Resection Arthroplasty as Part of a Two-Stage Exchange for Infected Total Ankle Arthroplasty (TAA)?
There is no conclusive data regarding what metrics can be used in order to determine the optimal timing of reimplantation for an infected TAA. We recommend that reimplantation is performed when there are clinical signs of resolution of infection (well-healed wound, lack of erythema, etc), and the serologic markers have substantially declined (>40%) from baseline (measured at the time of diagnosis of infection).
Coronary aneurysms are defined as localized dilatations of the coronary arteries. In this review, we will analyze the most important aspects of this rare condition while trying to provide answers to the following questions: What is a coronary aneurysm? What causes coronary aneurysm? Do coronary aneurysms cause symptoms? Can coronary aneurysms rupture? How do we treat coronary aneurysms?
Anomalous origin of the left anterior descending coronary artery from the pulmonary artery is a rare variant of anomalous origin of the left main coronary artery from the pulmonary artery. We report on a seemingly asymptomatic patient with ALADCAPA and a small restrictive muscular ventricular septal defect diagnosed by echocardiogram in the neonatal period. Our patient underwent elective repair at 3.5 months of age after which feeding and growth improved dramatically. Multimodality imaging is helpful to co...
Symptomatic paraesophageal hernia (PEH) is an indication for surgical repair. Laparoscopic suture repair has high recurrence rates. Many surgeons prefer mesh repair to reduce PEH recurrence. Several types of mesh, synthetic and biological, are in use. Synthetic mesh has a risk of erosion and stricture, hence we preferred biological mesh repair. Our aim in this study is to assess medium-term outcomes of PEH repair with the use of biological mesh reinforcement over the cruroplasty. We also aimed to correlate ...
Takayasu arteritis (TA) is a chronic and nonspecific inflammatory disease mainly affecting the aorta and its major branches, resulting in the stenosis or occlusion of target arteries. Approximately 50% to 60% of patients with TA likely have renal artery stenosis (RAS), which results in refractory hypertension (HTN) and renal dysfunction. Aortorenal bypass with saphenous vein graft (SVG) is the classical procedure to relieve patients' symptoms. Graft restenosis is the most common complication during long-ter...
To reveal a technical feasibility and safety of valve-sparing partial aortic root repair for spontaneous aortic dissection limited to the right coronary sinus of Valsalva.
Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair (LIHR) is increasingly widely accepted in pediatric surgery. However, reoperation risks remain unknown. We summarized our single-center experience with reoperations after laparoscopic percutaneous extraperitoneal closure (LPEC) and single-incision LPEC (SILPEC). We retrospectively reviewed reoperation cases of hernia repair greater than or equal to two times between 2000 and 2018, wherein the first hernia repair was performed laparoscopically. Primary outcomes were recur...
Unplanned reoperation rates represent an important metric in monitoring quality in orthopedic surgery. Previous studies have focused on 30-day reoperation rates, not accounting for complications that may arise beyond this time. This study aimed to understand the frequency, timing, and procedure type of orthopedic reoperations, as well as the complications leading up to these reoperations over a 1-year period.
Anomalous left main coronary artery (LMCA) with an intraconal course is a relatively rare form of anomalous aortic origin of a coronary artery (AAOCA) from the wrong sinus of Valsalva. There is currently a paucity of information regarding this entity. The purpose of this article is to review our surgical experience with repair of anomalous LMCA with an intraconal course.
The reoperation rate after lumbar degenerative disease surgery is low. It is difficult to find statistical differences in reoperation rates according to the different diagnoses of lumbar degenerative diseases. National population-based database overcomes the statistical problem by its large cohorts with longitudinal follow-up in a nation. The purpose was to compare the reoperation rates after single-level lumbar spinal posterior decompression and fusion surgeries depending on different preoperative diagnose...
This report describes our novel technique to create a bio-Bentall from a pericardial tube and a rapid deployment valve. This technique facilitates the reimplantation of the coronary arteries as the proximal anastomosis is sewn before valve implantation and allows suturing of the coronary ostia from in- and outside as there is no interference with the implanted valve. Indications for this technique can be complex redo cases and patients with contraindications for a conventional Bentall procedure. We have app...
Anomalous origin of the left coronary artery (LCA) from the pulmonary artery (ALCAPA) is a rare congenital heart disease. Retrograde flow from the right coronary artery (RCA) through natural collaterals to the low-pressure main pulmonary artery causes extensive ischemia. Limited data concerning the extent of permanent myocardial damage and functional recovery after surgical repair in the long-term follow-up is available.
The objective of this study was to analyze outcomes and determine independent predictors of subsequent reoperation following emergency laparotomy (EL).
To investigate the association between plasma proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 (PCSK9) concentrations, current acute coronary syndrome (ACS), coronary artery disease (CAD) presence, severity and extension and the burden of coronary calcifications in patients with suspected CAD.
We recommend that aspiration of the ankle with an antibiotic spacer prior to a second-stage reimplantation be strongly considered. Available studies indicate that a positive culture of the aspirate in this setting is predictive of residual infection, while a negative aspirate culture does not rule out infection and should be interpreted in light of other clinical indicators and laboratory values.
A three-dimensional quantification of calcified and non-calcified plaques in coronary arteries based on computed tomography coronary angiography images: Comparison with expert's annotations and virtual histology intravascular ultrasound.
The detection, quantification and characterization of coronary atherosclerotic plaques has a major effect on the diagnosis and treatment of coronary artery disease (CAD). Different studies have reported and evaluated the noninvasive ability of Computed Tomography Coronary Angiography (CTCA) to identify coronary plaque features. The identification of calcified plaques (CP) and non-calcified plaques (NCP) using CTCA has been extensively studied in cardiovascular research. However, NCP detection remains a chal...
Coronary angiography with two catheters is the traditional strategy for diagnostic coronary procedures. TIG I catheter permits to cannulate both coronary arteries, avoiding exchanging catheters during coronary angiography by transradial access.
Coronary artery fistula is a rare anomaly of the coronary arteries which results from an abnormal connection between a coronary artery with a cardiac chamber or vessel. Coronary steal phenomenon can lead to functional ischemia of the myocardium. The condition has been described extensively, however, the modalities for diagnosing this condition continue to advance.