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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for TURKEY.
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TR

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Turkey. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Turkish bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Turkey. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Turkey. Each province has its own code with the prefix "TR." For example, the code for Ankara Province is ISO 3166-2:TR-06.
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In our study, tricuspid regurgitation was noted in 48% patients with right ventricular involvement; this regurgitation, when quantified by colour doppler, was mild in a majority of cases, moderate in some and severe in none.
The company said the Cardioband Tricuspid System is delivered via a transfemoral approach and is designed to reduce tricuspid regurgitation through annular reduction.
Right heart dysfunction and tricuspid regurgitation may develop.
Caption: Figure 2: Bland-Altman analysis (a) and linear correlation (b) between CardioMEMS-derived pulmonary artery systolic pressure (PAsP) and echocardiography-estimated PAsP derived from tricuspid regurgitation jet velocity.
There was no statistical relationship between weight and other variables including patent arterial duct, tricuspid regurgitation, and pulmonary hypertension, systolic and diastolic dysfunction.
Conclusion: In our study difference in outcomes did not come up to a statically significant difference but it showed low incidence of tricuspid regurgitation and residual VSD in TVD group.
On ECHO, tricuspid regurgitation (117-58.5%) was the most common findings and pulmonary hypertension found in 116 (58%) cases, LVDD in 113 (56.05%) cases, RAE was found in 79 (39.5%) cases, RVH in 74 (37%) cases, and RV enlargement in 55 (27.5%) cases.
Cardiovascular disorders seen in this case were mitral valve prolapse, mitral regurgitation, tricuspid valve prolapse, tricuspid regurgitation, and sinus aneurysm.
We present a case of an individual with a jugular venous pseudoaneurysm that was associated with tricuspid regurgitation. The prominence of the pulsations of the pseudoaneurysm correlated with the severity of the tricuspid regurgitation and the degree of the patient's volume overload.
Of the 106 patients who had a baseline echocardiographic examination, measurement of tricuspid regurgitation was documented in 104 (98.1%) patients and 54 (51.2%) of them had pulmonary hypertension.