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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for MONTSERRAT.

MS

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Montserrat. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Montserrat's bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Montserrat. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Montserrat.
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Palpitations as a result of atrial arrhythmias can also result due to distension of the left atrium, especially if mitral stenosis is severe.
Severe mitral stenosis causes increase in the backflow pressure in the pulmonary vasculature which causes pulmonary venous hypertension.
Balloon mitral valvotomy using Inoue technique in a patient of isolated dextrocardia with rheumatic mitral stenosis.
One of the most common conditions producing atrial fibrillation is rheumatic heart disease, typically manifested as mitral stenosis (16).
It was found during an echocardiogram that had been ordered to confirm mitral stenosis found during the USA-PE.
Physical examination criteria for mitral stenosis, mitral regurgitation, aortic stenosis, and aortic regurgitation are all well correlated with hemodynamic abnormalities and outcomes.
Valvular lesions were recorded: aortic stenosis was considered important if the aortic valve gradient was [is greater than] 50 mm mercury; mitral regurgitation was considered important when moderate or severe mitral regurgitation was associated with left atrial dilution (left atrial width [is greater than] 4 cm); mitral stenosis was considered important if the mitral valve pressure half-time was [is greater than] 100 ms (equivalent to a mitral valve area of [is less than] 2.
Part D Mitral Stenosis, 000 16 Pathology of mitral stenosis, 000 17 Echocardiography of mitral stenosis, 000 18 MRi of mitral stenosis, 000 19 Catheter-based mitral valvuloplasty, 000 20 Surgical management of mitral stenosis, 000
Mitral stenosis was diagnosed on the presence of valve thickening, diastolic doming, restriction of leaflet motions and was quantified by pressure half-time and planimetry.
Persistent left superior vena cava and mitral stenosis.