Natural History of Aortic Valve Prolapse in Subpulmonic Ventricular Septal Defect in Chinese People

  • Hung-Chi Lue
  • Tsu-Ko Wang
  • Shou-Hsien Hou
  • Tseng-Chen Sung
  • Shu-Hsun Chu
  • Chi-Ren Hung
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Abstract

Aortic valve prolapse with or without aortic regurgitation (AR) occurs most frequently in subpulmonic or so-called type I ventricular septal defect (VSD-I) [1–3]. The natural history of this disease, which is particularly prevalent among Orientals, remains unclear due to paucity of information regarding the incidence, age, and results of surgery [1–5].

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hung-Chi Lue
  • Tsu-Ko Wang
  • Shou-Hsien Hou
  • Tseng-Chen Sung
  • Shu-Hsun Chu
  • Chi-Ren Hung

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