While common pathology of the patients carrying Gln170ter mutation (51) reported to date included atrial septal defects (ASD) and atrio-ventricular conduction defects, our patient had only ASD from these common findings.
What does A-V stand for?
A-V stands for Atrio-Ventricular
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- Alternative-South Texas Educator Program (Brownsville, TX)
- Ataxia Telangiectasia (form of muscular weakness)
- Anti-Terrorism Contraband Enforcement Team
- Advanced TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access)
- Advanced-Tactical Engagement Simulation (Army, live training)
- Army Tactical Engagement Simulation System (US Army)
- Automated-Telex Over Radio
- Active Traction Control
- Accommodation-Induced Vergence (neuroscience)
- Audio Video Integrated Digital Design (California)
- Audio-Visual Learning Resource Center (Georgetown University)
- Association of Veterinary Medical Data Program Participants (est. 1977)
- Arterial-Venous Oxygen Difference
- Advanced Vestigial Side-Band
- A-Weighted (sound)
- Ajax, Ontario
- Atlantic Reporter 2nd Series
- Associate Diploma of the St. Cecilia School of Music (Australia)
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1), (2) In patients with heterotaxy (with polysplenia), there is a high incidence of congenital cardiac disease (3) and particularly atrial septal defects, atrio-ventricular canal defects or abnormal pulmonary venous return.
Biventricular pacing ICDs may have been placed to resynchronise atrio-ventricular contraction and improve cardiac output.
A 20-gauge intravenous cannula was inserted across the aortic valve into the left ventricle and secured with a suture around the atrio-ventricular groove.
It was here doctors found she had a Partial Atrio-Ventricular Septal Defect.
The long admission periods were attributable to other factors: maternal problems, such as cesarean section (n = 57); or neonatal problems, such as atresia of the esophagus (n = 3), inguinal hernia (n = 5), atrio-ventricular canal (n = 3), or preterm birth at more than 34 weeks of gestation without respiratory complications (n = 46).