TITLE

Congenital mitral valve regurgitation in adult patients. A rare, often misdiagnosed but repairable, valve disease

AUTHOR(S)
Zegdi, Rachid; Amahzoune, Brahim; Ladjali, Mustapha; Sleilaty, Ghassan; Jouan, Jérome; Latrémouille, Christian; Deloche, Alain; Fabiani, Jean-Noël
PUB. DATE
October 2008
SOURCE
European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery;Oct2008, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p751
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Abstract: Objective: Congenital mitral valve regurgitation (MVR) is a rare disease occurring in infancy or childhood. Although congenital MVR has been described in adults, no surgical series has been reported so far. We describe here a 6-year surgical experience of congenital MVR in adults at a single institution. Methods: We reviewed the data of 15 consecutive patients (8 men), aged more than 16 years (median: 38 years; range: 16–70 years) operated on for severe congenital MVR from June 2000 to March 2006. Congenital MVR represented 2.1% of mitral valve surgery performed in adults during the same period. Patients with atrio-ventricular septal defect or atrio-ventricular discordance were excluded. Results: The congenital MVR was preoperatively diagnosed in six (40%) cases. Two (13%) patients had a Williams–Beuren syndrome. The lesions consisted in annular dilation (100%), prolapsed leaflet (87%), chordal abnormalities (80%), papillary muscle abnormalities (40%) or valvular cleft (33%). Mitral valve repair was performed in all cases using Carpentier''s techniques. There was no hospital death or late mortality. At last follow-up (median: 60 months; range: 6–83 months), all patients were in NYHA functional class I or II and in a sinus rhythm. On transthoracic echocardiography, 11 (73%) patients had no or trivial MVR. Mild MVR was present in four (27%) patients. No patient was reoperated and endocarditis did not occur. Conclusion: Congenital MVR is rare in adults, often misdiagnosed and accessible to valve repair with excellent mid-term results.
ACCESSION #
34649552

 

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