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Pathology and Classification of Mitral Valve Disease

  • Issam IsmailEmail author
  • Axel Haverich
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Abstract

Normal mitral valve function needs structural integrity and coordinated interaction among its structures including leaflets, annulus, chordae tendinae, papillary muscles, left atrium, and the left ventricle. Mitral stenosis and mitral regurgitation are lesions used to describe cardiac dysfunction caused by structural or functional abnormalities of the mitral valve. The purposes of this chapter are to: (1) present the causes of mitral valve disease, (2) describe the structural and functional abnormalities in mitral valve disease, (3) emphasize the pathphysiologic changes in mitral valve disease, and (4) describe classifications of surgical mitral valve disease.

Keywords

Mitral Valve Mitral Regurgitation Infective Endocarditis Papillary Muscle Mitral Stenosis 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Division of Cardiac, Thoracic, Transplantation, and Vascular SurgeryHannover Medical SchoolHannoverGermany

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