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Fate of the Remaining Neo-Aortic Root After Autograft Valve Replacement With a Stented Prosthesis for the Failing Ross Procedure

Aortic root replacement (ARR) is advocated for irreparable autograft failure after the Ross procedure to avoid late aneurysm formation. However, redo ARR is complex and associated with bleeding and coronary injury risks. We examine results of autograft valve replacement (AuVR) with stented prosthese... Full description

Journal Title: The Annals of Thoracic Surgery July 2013, Vol.96(1), pp.59-65
Main Author: Alsoufi, Bahaaldin
Other Authors: Ahmed, Dalia , Manlhiot, Cedric , Al-Halees, Zohair , Mccrindle, Brian W , Fadel, Bahaa M
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ID: ISSN: 0003-4975 ; E-ISSN: 1552-6259 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.athoracsur.2013.04.034
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title: Fate of the Remaining Neo-Aortic Root After Autograft Valve Replacement With a Stented Prosthesis for the Failing Ross Procedure
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description: Aortic root replacement (ARR) is advocated for irreparable autograft failure after the Ross procedure to avoid late aneurysm formation. However, redo ARR is complex and associated with bleeding and coronary injury risks. We examine results of autograft valve replacement (AuVR) with stented prostheses (SP) without ARR with special focus on the fate of the remaining root and need for reintervention. Between 1994 and 2011, 50 of 510 Ross patients underwent AuVR with SP. Serial postoperative echocardiograms (n = 342) were analyzed and regression models adjusted for repeated measures were used to model longitudinal change of the remaining root and ascending aorta dimensions after AuVR. Fifty patients, median age 21 years (range 11 to 50 years) underwent AuVR with SP: mechanical (n = 38) or tissue (n = 12). Thirty patients (60%) had concomitant procedures; most commonly mitral valve surgery (n = 20) or conduit change (n = 12). There were no operative...
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Between 1994 and 2011, 50 of 510 Ross patients underwent AuVR with SP. Serial postoperative echocardiograms (n = 342) were analyzed and regression models adjusted for repeated measures were used to model longitudinal change of the remaining root and ascending aorta dimensions after AuVR.

Fifty patients, median age 21 years (range 11 to 50 years) underwent AuVR with SP: mechanical (n = 38) or tissue (n = 12). Thirty patients (60%) had concomitant procedures; most commonly mitral valve surgery (n = 20) or conduit change (n = 12). There were no operative...

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Aortic root replacement (ARR) is advocated for irreparable autograft failure after the Ross procedure to avoid late aneurysm formation. However, redo ARR is complex and associated with bleeding and coronary injury risks. We examine results of autograft valve replacement (AuVR) with stented prostheses (SP) without ARR with special focus on the fate of the remaining root and need for reintervention.

Between 1994 and 2011, 50 of 510 Ross patients underwent AuVR with SP. Serial postoperative echocardiograms (n = 342) were analyzed and regression models adjusted for repeated measures were used to model longitudinal change of the remaining root and ascending aorta dimensions after AuVR.

Fifty patients, median age 21 years (range 11 to 50 years) underwent AuVR with SP: mechanical (n = 38) or tissue (n = 12). Thirty patients (60%) had concomitant procedures; most commonly mitral valve surgery (n = 20) or conduit change (n = 12). There were no operative...

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