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What could happen if the chordae tendinae ruptured in right valve area?

What could happen if the chordae tendinae ruptured in right valve area?

Leaking valve: A rupture of the chordae tendinae of the mitral valve would result in severe leakage so that blood would flow backwards into the left atrium when the ventricle contracts. This would lead to shortness of breath. Fortunately, that is fairly rare. ...Read more

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Valve (Definition)

A valve is a structure that regulates the direction of flow. The heart is a special kind of pump. It moves blood by squeezing and relaxing. There are 4 chambers and each chamber has a valve. This keeps blood from moving backwards when the heart squeezes. When a chamber squeezes it lets the blood move forward but when the chamber is relaxed it prevents the blood from ...Read more


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Why do the semilunar valves not have chordae tendinae?

Why do the semilunar valves not have chordae tendinae?

Not a good answer: You aren't going to like this: it's the way god made them. It is the intrinsic nature of the semilunar valves that they don't have chordae. (it's like asking, why do we have only 2 arms and not 3?). ...Read more

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What would be a long term effects of having a ruptured/redundant chordae tendinae? There is a chance I might have one. Could that have cause my stroke

What would be a long term effects of having a ruptured/redundant chordae tendinae? There is a chance I might have one. Could that have cause my stroke

Mitral valve: Problems are common, -, this could lead to other cardiac problems- dought relation to strokes, see cardiologist- my dad lived 40 years with it! - again, see cardiologist. ...Read more

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How does a chordae tendinae rupture?

How does a chordae tendinae rupture?

Usually wear & tear: Most cases of chordae tendinae rupture are because of degeneration after years of routine "wear and tear" leads to thickening and retraction. Rarely, it can occur due to infection (endocarditis), either acutely, or later if fibrosis develops and distorts the chorda. If a mitral valve is extremely "floppy", i.e. Mv prolapse, the flopping leaflet may pull the chorda hard enough to tear it. ...Read more

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What is the consequences of a ruptured chordae tendinae on the right ventrical?

Rupture chordea: It is like an anchor line to fix a tent onto the ground. Chordae rupture makes the valve lose its functional closing effect disrupting efficient pumping effect of the heart. ...Read more

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I had a cardiac echo stress test recently, results were normal but they did find a single ruptured tendinae. What is chance of valve issues later?

Ruptured tindinae: Likely not. However ask your provider if there is any mitral regurgitation. You should also ask if you have an audible mumur associated with the valve, and if so that would require periodic surveillance with physical exam. You probably would not need another echo unless abnormal murmur appeared or you developed symptoms ...Read more

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Should a couple ruptured Chordae tendineae and (as a result) mitral valve prolapse from endocarditis warrant worry for a 26 y/o athlete? No symptoms.

Should a couple ruptured Chordae tendineae and (as a result) mitral valve prolapse from endocarditis warrant worry for a 26 y/o athlete? No symptoms.

Ruptured chordae: Generally this condition will cause mitral valve insufficiency which may increase over time. Discuss with your doctor, you may need an exercise echo test to see if mitral insufficiency is present or increases with increasing exercise. Your Dr. (cardiologist)can advise of your status with the information. ...Read more

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I've been told I have loose chordae tendinae. Could this have been misinterperated on the echo and be something else?

I've been told I have loose chordae tendinae. Could this have been misinterperated on the echo and be something else?

Valve prolapse: Chordae tendenae in a structure that normally exist in every heart,
it is related to 2 of the valves of the heart: the mitral valve and the tricuspid valve
it is like a tendon that connect the undersurface of these valves to a strong muscle, in order to make sure the valve close in the proper line.
diseases of the chordae can make the valve either narrow or loose and leaking in the wrong direction ...Read more

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What structure does the chordae tendinae hold in place?

What structure does the chordae tendinae hold in place?

The valvular leaflet: The chordae hold the mitral and tricuspid valve leaflets like cords on a parachute. ...Read more

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What are the enlarged muscles attached to chordae tendinae?

What are the enlarged muscles attached to chordae tendinae?

Papillary muscles: The papillary muscles are the muscular attachments of the chordae. These along with the valve leaflets and annuli are the mitral and tricuspid apparati. ...Read more

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What are the enlarged muscles in ventricles attached to chordae tendinae known as?

What are the enlarged muscles in ventricles attached to chordae tendinae known as?

Papillary muscle: The papillary muscles attach to the cusps of the atrioventricular valves (a.K.A. The mitral and tricuspid valves) via the chordae tendinae and contract to prevent inversion or prolapse of these valves. ...Read more

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What would damage to the chordae tendinae in the left ventricle result in?

What would damage to the chordae tendinae in the left ventricle result in?

Mitral regurgitation: Damage to the chordae tendinae would result in problems with the closure and sealing of the mitral valve, and would lead to mitral regurgitation, or leaking, and possibly heart failure. ...Read more

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What is the result of damage to the chordae tendinae in the left ventricle?

What is the result of damage to the chordae tendinae in the left ventricle?

Heart disease: The chordae are support structures for the mitral and tricuspid valves. When they are damaged, valvar insufficiency results. This can be severe enough to cause congestive heart failure either acute or chronic. ...Read more

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What is the function of the chordae tendinae and papillary muscles?

Structure o valve: The valve leaflets are tethered by the chordae tendinae and the papilary muscles. The contraction of the papilary muscles then in turn cause movement of teh valve leaflets allowing opening. ...Read more

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Can you tell me the range of tension that the chordae tendinae exerts during heart pumping?

Can you tell me the range of tension that the chordae tendinae exerts during heart pumping?

Yes: Good question but wondering why you asked. I had to look it up. The tension is higher with higher stroke volumes and appears to be 50-75 gms. ...Read more

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Where is the chordae tendinae located?

Where is the chordae tendinae located?

Inside the ventricle: Chordae attach the valve to its papillary muscles. They are located on the ventricular side of the valve. ...Read more

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Where are the chordae tendinae located?

Below: The chordae tendinae are attached to the underside of the tricuspid (right side of the heart between the right atrium and right ventricle) and the mitral valve (left side of the heart between the left atrium and left ventricle). The attach much the same way that the chords of a parachute attach to the chute. The transmit the forces to pull open the valve and align it to close properly. ...Read more

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Are the chordae tendinae located in both ventricles?

Yes: These serve as the support "strings" for the mitral & tricuspid valves. ...Read more

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What is the position of chordae tendinae?

They attach: Wall of right and left ventricles to tricuspid and mitral valves respectively. ...Read more

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What is the function of the chordae tendinae?

What is the function of the chordae tendinae?

Hold valve: Think of valve as a parachute, chordae tendinae are the "ropes" that anchor the valve leaflets or cusps to the heart muscle. Heart muscle contraction pulls on these cords to close the valve, when when heart relaxes then the valve opens. They are an important part of the heart valve apparatus. ...Read more

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What is the significance of nonfunctional or defective chordae tendinae?

What is the significance of nonfunctional or defective chordae tendinae?

Heart disease: The chordae are support structures for the mitral and tricuspid valves. When they are damaged, valvar insufficiency results. This can be severe enough to cause congestive heart failure either acute or chronic. ...Read more

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What are possible non-invasive treatments for mitral stenosis with mitral valve area less than 0.85?

What are possible non-invasive treatments for mitral stenosis with mitral valve area less than 0.85?

Mitral stenosis: Severe mitral stenosis is a mechanical obstructive lesion. It needs to be corrected by surgery or occassionally a catheter based dilation of the abnormal valve. Surgery is generally preferred. Non invasive treatment can not increase the valve area and is limited to slowing the heart rate to allow more time for ventricular filling. This is of limited benefit. ...Read more

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Can anyone tell me that where is the precise location of aortic valve so that I can put the stethoscope in the right area. I find it at mid chest.

Can anyone tell me that where is the precise location of aortic valve so that I can put the stethoscope in the right area. I find it at mid chest.

What will you hear?: The aortic valve is typically in the upper mid chest but murmurs from this valve are typically best heard in the upper right chest near the sternum and the lower left chest between the left breast and the sternum. ...Read more

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How concerned should I be with an aortic valve area of 1.09 and mild left ventricular hypertrophy, left axis deviation and t wave abnormality?

How concerned should I be with an aortic valve area of 1.09 and mild left ventricular hypertrophy, left axis deviation and t wave abnormality?

Sounds like: You have moderate to severe aortic valve stenosis. You need to see a cardiologist who can determine other parameters of severity, such as pressure gradient across the valve and velocity of blood flow through the valve. If you have symptoms of fainting or congestive heart failure, it is more serious. Sometimes, the valve can be replaced without chest surgery. ...Read more

Rupture (Definition)

When a hollow structure like an blood vessel, a cyst, bladder, bowel, etc bursts we ...Read more