Severe Mitral Regurgitation After Acut Myocardial Infarction

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Case description

Left ventricular ejection and the ruptured or elongated chorda tendinea of the anterior mitral leaflet pull the leaflet toward the left ventricular cavity. This leaflet does not move (prolapse) into the left atrium.This isn't restricted leaflet (Carpentier III/B).

tags: myocardial infarction mitral regurgitation cordae tendineae ventricular cavity


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