(IV-2B.1, IV-4D) Patient with thrombophilia after the episode of deep vein thrombosis of lower extremity with insignificant ASD Danuta Sorysz MD, PhD

    EXPERTISE 1 EXPERTISE 2 “Development of the European Network in Orphan Cardiovascular Diseases” “Rozszerzenie Europejskiej Sieci Współpracy ds. Sierocych Chorób Kardiologicznych”

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(IV-2B.1) 57-year-old woman with Eisenmenger’s syndrome and ischemic stroke in anamnesis Joanna Stanisz-Kempa MD Małgorzata Biedroń MD Assoc. Prof. Józefa Dąbek MD, PhD Prof. Zbigniew Gąsior MD, PhD

EXPERTISE 1 EXPERTISE 2 “Development of the European Network in Orphan Cardiovascular Diseases” “Rozszerzenie Europejskiej Sieci Współpracy ds. Sierocych Chorób Kardiologicznych”

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(IV-2B.1) Patient after pulmonary valve valvulotomy with ASD sinus venosus type Natalia Dłużniewska MD, Lidia Tomkiewicz-Pająk MD PhD, Sylwia Wiśniowska-Śmiałek MD, Prof. Maria Olszowska MD PhD, Prof. Piotr Podolec MD PhD

  BRIEF COMMENTS EXPERT: Assoc. Prof. Bogusław Kapelak MD Affiliation: Department of Cardiovascular Surgery and Transplantology, John Paul II Hospital, Krakow COMMENT Surgical ASD closure is required. Careful neurological evaluation and close cooperation with a neurologist periprecedural is required. The influence of extracorporeal circulation on the brain function is unknown in this patient. EXPERT: Prof. Janusz Skalski MD, PhD Affiliation: Department of Pediatric Cardiac Surgery, Jagiellonian University Medical College, Krakow COMMENT The risk that operation will have negative influence on …

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(IV-2B.1) Pacjent po walwulotomii zastawki tętnicy płucnej z ASD typu sinus venosus Sylwia Wiśniowska-Śmiałek, Lidia Tomkiewicz-Pająk, Paweł Rubiś, Magdalena Kostkiewicz, Maria Olszowska, Piotr Podolec

Brief Comments and Conclusion EXPERTISE 1 EXPERTISE 2

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(IV-2B.1) A 69 year old woman with atrial septal defect, coronary heart disease and pulmonary arterial hypertension Rozenbergs A.

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(IV-2B.3) 66-year-old female with perimembranous ventricular septal defect (VSD) Luszczak J., Tomkiewicz- Pajak L., Olszowska M., Sutor U., Podolec P., Prokop-Staszecka A.
Experts: Fijałkowska A., Trojnarska O., Skalski J., Gąsior Z., Rubiś P., Kopeć G., Podolec P.

Background Ventricular septal defect (VSD) is the most common congenital heart anomaly. The most frequent location is the membranous septum. The volume and direction of the shunt depends on the size of the VSD, pulmonary vascular resistance (PVR) and the right and left ventricular function. Adult patients with VSD are often after surgical treatment in childhood. Untreated patients may have small VSD with left-right shunt, without LV overload and pulmonary hypertension (PH); VSD with left-right shunt and PH or VSD …

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