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Emergency Aortic Valve Replacement
Emergency Aortic Valve Replacement

This medical exhibit starts with an incision made in the chest over the sternum and heart. The second image portrays the sternum and pericardial sac opened exposing the heart. The third image shows the aorta opened exposing the aortic valve. The fourth image portrays the aortic valve being dissected out and removed. The fifth image illustrates the pledgets and sutures used to align the new valve replacement. The sixth image shows the aortic valve attached.

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Last Updated: Jun 17th, 2020

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