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Stenosis, pulmonary: The pulmonary valve is too tight so that the flow of blood from the right ventricle of the heart into the pulmonary artery is impeded. This means the right ventricle must pump harder than normal to overcome the obstruction.
The pathway in the human body in which the spinal cord and nerves run through is called the spinal canal. When the spinal canal narrows it will increase the pressure that is put on the nerves.
Mitral stenosis is a narrowing of the mitral valve in the heart. This restricts the flow of blood through the valve. Back pressure which builds up behind the narrowed valve can cause various problems and symptoms.
The aorta is the main artery carrying blood out of the heart. When blood leaves the heart, it flows through the aortic valve, into the aorta. In aortic stenosis, the aortic valve does not open fully.
Alternate Names : Pseudo-claudication, Central spinal stenosis, Foraminal spinal stenosis
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When the aortic valve is too narrow, it causes an obstruction of blood flow, which is known as aortic stenosis.
The most common cause of aortic stenosis is age-associated degeneration and calcification of the aortic valve, which often causes symptoms in elderly patients.
Aortic stenosis is the abnormal narrowing of the aortic valve. Symptoms include breathlessness, fainting, coughing at night and pains in the chest (from angina). Treatment includes medications and surgery.
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This is a condition where there is narrowing of the spinal canal.
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Mitral Stenosis -- Adult
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Aortic Stenosis References
Schlant RC, Alexander RW, Fuster V (eds). Hurst's The Heart (8th edition). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill; 1994. [Book]
Kumar P, Clark M (eds). Clinical Medicine (4th edition). Edinburgh: WB Saunders Company; 1998. [Book]
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Stridor (high-pitched noise), wheezing, hoarseness, shortness of breath and respiratory distress can all be signs of airway stenosis, ...
What is pyloric stenosis?
Pyloric stenosis is a problem that affects babies between 2 and 8 weeks of age and causes forceful vomiting that can lead to dehydration.
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Pyloric stenosis: Treatment
Pyloric stenosis is considered to be a medical emergency. Immediate treatment requires replacement of fluid loss, electrolytes, and acid-base imbalance. Correction needs to be done and this involves surgery.
Pyloric stenosis can contribute to:
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When stenosis occurs in the lower back, it is called lumbar spinal stenosis. It often results from the normal aging process. As people age, the soft tissues and bones in the spine may harden or become overgrown.
Dacryostenosis, or stenosis of the tear duct, is a congenital blockage of the tear duct, occurring in approximately 5% of babies.
Mitral stenosis is a heart valve disorder that involves the mitral valve. This valve separates the upper and lower chambers on the left side of the heart. Stenosis refers to a condition in which the valve does not open fully, restricting blood flow.
Aortic stenosis (AS) is narrowing of the aortic valve obstructing blood flow from the left ventricle to the ascending aorta during systole.
Mitral stenosis prevents the valve from opening properly. This prevents proper blood flow from moving between the left atrium (upper chamber of the heart) and ventricle (lower chamber of the heart).
Aortic stenosis may be present from birth (congenital), or it may develop later in life (acquired). Children with aortic stenosis may have other congenital conditions.
Aortic stenosis is a condition in which the opening of one of your heart valves (aortic valve) becomes narrowed, which keeps the aortic valve from opening fully. This reduces blood flow from your heart to the main artery of your body (aorta).
Mitral stenosis in people of all ages is treatable. Treatment depends on the severity and progression of your condition and signs and symptoms. If the condition is severe enough, you may need heart surgery to repair or replace the valve.
Spinal stenosis is a condition in which the spinal canal narrows and pinches the nerves, resulting in back and leg pain.
Carotid stenosis, X-ray of the left artery
Carotid stenosis, X-ray of the right artery
Pyloric stenosis is a condition that develops in babies in the first few weeks after they are born. It means that part of the baby's digestive system has narrowed, so milk can't get out of the stomach to be digested.
Congenital stenosis of aortic valve
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Diagnosing stenosis involves attempting to insert a probe into the cervix. This can show doctors how narrow the cervical opening has become.
Aortic valve stenosis can occur because of a birth defect in the formation of the valve. Calcium deposits may form on the valve with aging, causing the valve to become stiff and narrow. Stenosis can also occur as a result of rheumatic fever.
Renal artery stenosis is the narrowing of one or both renal arteries. 'Renal' means 'kidney' and 'stenosis' means 'narrowing.
Aortic valve stenosis means that this valve has narrowed, and it can't open all the way. The heart has to work harder to pump blood through the smaller opening. The heart can do this for many years, but over time it gets worn out.
Aortic valve stenosis is a narrowing of the aortic valve. The aortic valve allows blood to flow from the heart's lower left chamber (ventricle) into the aorta and to the body.
Mitral Valve Stenosis
The heart is a beating muscle that pumps blood throughout the body. Inside the heart, four valves direct blood flow in the appropriate path.
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Laryngotracheal stenosis (Laryngo-: Glottic Stenosis; Subglottic Stenosis; Tracheal: narrowings at different levels of the windpipe) is a more accurate description for this condition when compared, ...
The information shown above for dacryostenosis is provided by Stedman's.
Sciatica, pain that runs down the buttock and leg due to compression of a nerve in the lower back
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Congenital Aortic Stenosis
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Supravalvar aortic stenosis (usually membranous) sometimes associated with pulmonary valvular or peripheral arterial stenosis but with normal facies and mentality; autosomal dominant inheritance.
Compare: Williams syndrome.
Lumbar spinal canal stenosis is not the same as a ruptured disk. A ruptured or "herniated" disk usually pinches 1 or 2 nerves at a time. The pain caused by a ruptured disk in the lumbar spine is usually easy to diagnose and is known as sciatica.
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This condition is called dacryostenosis or congenital (present at birth) lacrimal duct obstruction. Tears help clean and lubricate the eye and are produced in the lacrimal gland located under the bone of the eyebrow.
The narrowing or constriction of a blood vessel or valve in the heart.
A disease of the heart muscle that causes it to lose its pumping strength.
stenosis (narrowing) - if the aortic valve becomes narrowed and obstructs the blood flowing through it, or
regurgitation (leaking) - if the aortic valve leaks and blood flows back through the it into the left ventricle.
stenosis (or narrowing of the valve)
The valve(s) opening becomes narrowed or valves become damaged or scarred (stiff), inhibiting the flow of blood out of the ventricles or atria.
Stenosis (or narrowing of the valve). With stenosis, the valve opening is narrowed or doesn't open properly, ...
the abnormal narrowing of a normal opening in the esophagus, intestines, or anus.
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Stenosis or atresia of large intestine, rectum and anus The absence, closure or constriction of the large intestine, rectum or anus. Can be surgically corrected or bypassed.
stenosis: Abnormal constriction or narrowing in an opening or passageway of an organ or body part.
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Restenosis of a Stent-Widened Coronary Artery
The illustration shows the restenosis of a stent-widened coronary artery. In
figure A, the expanded stent compresses plaque, allowing normal blood flow.
A congenital blockage or narrowing of the tear duct, which occurs in approximately 5% of babies. Tears are unable to flow into the lacrimal sac and are therefore backed up and build up on the surface of the eye.
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