Minimally Invasive Artificial Chordae Replacement: The Clip Technique
mediaposted on 2017-08-15, 15:38 authored by Mariano Camporrotondo, Nestor Manuel Clusa
This the case of a 55-year-old male with no record of previous disease or cardiovascular risk factors. At the time of surgery the patient was asymptomatic. TEE showed severe mitral regurgitation (MR) secondary to prolapse of the posterior mitral leaflet. The prolapse of the P2 segment with broken chordae was visible without doppler. A severe MR Jet was visible with doppler.