That's been especially true with regard to aortic stenosis
(AS), the cardiologist said.
Four months after the cricotracheal resection, the patient experienced a recurrence of her subglottic stenosis
of 6 to 7 mm in diameter.
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The rate of hepatic artery stenosis
(HAS) is between 11% and 19%  and stenosis
usually occurs within 3 months post transplant.
All of these changes can narrow the canal formations where the nerve roots exit, creating the symptoms of spinal stenosis
Lai and his team conducted cognitive testing on 127 patients: 67 with ultrasound-confirmed asymptomatic carotid stenosis
of 50% or more, and 60 controls.
Major finding: Patients with a stenosis
of 50% or more performed significantly worse on cognitive tests than did those without stenosis
but with similar vascular comorbidities.
In the heart with mitral stenosis
the inflow tract of the left ventricle is shorter than the outflow tract, the mitral ring is tilted and is oblique to the direction of the inflow tract; the circumference and the antero-posterior diameter of the mitral ring are greatly increased and the posterior wall of the left ventricle is shortened due to selective atrophy of the portion of the papillary muscle which is inserted into the posterior rim of the mitral-aortic ring.
A bilateral nephrectomy was performed for symptom relief and treatment of renal artery stenosis
The researchers concluded that in the treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis
, epidural injection of glucocorticoids plus lidocaine offered minimal or no short-term benefit compared with epidural injection of lidocaine alone.
Senile aortic valve stenosis
is a progressive, age-related disease caused by calcium deposits on the aortic valve that cause the valve to narrow.
In aortic stenosis
, the aortic valve narrows and does not open fully.