Seminari LifeScience@MOX

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2019-02-21 09:30
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dipartimento di Matematica
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1) 18.2 – ore 14.00 – Aula Saleri VI piano MOX, Dipartimento di Matematica

 

Titolo: Morphology of the normal and pathological mitral and aortic valves

 

Abstract: The anatomy of the normal mitral valve and aortic valve will be explained and illustrated in all the specific elements, in order to provide the background required to then understand the mechanism of their opening and closing. The various types of anatomically and functionally bicuspid aortic valve will be then illustrated, with the reasons why the presence of bicuspid aortic valve is frequently associated with malfunctioning of the valve itself and also with diseases of the ascending aorta. Finally, the different mechanism involved in the congenital stenosis and/or regurgitation of the aortic valve will be explained, with the associated consequences on the left ventricular morphology and function

 

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2) 19.2 – ore 10.30 – Aula Saleri VI piano MOX, Dipartimento di Matematica

 

Titolo: Physiology of the heart

 

Abstract: The physiology of the heart will be explained, with the changes over time of the pressures in the left atrium, left ventricle and aorta, and the mechanisms of opening and closure of mitral and aortic valve

 

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3) 21.2 – ore 9.30 – Aula Seminari III piano, Dipartimento di Matematica

 

Titolo: Morphology and Physiology of the tricuspid and pulmonary valves and right/left ventricular inter-relationships

 

Abstract: The anatomy of the normal tricuspid and pulmonary valve will be explained and illustrated in all the specific elements, in order to provide the background required to then understand the mechanism of their opening and closing. The latter will be explained, with the changes over time of the pressures in the right atrium, right ventricle and pulmonary artery. The anatomical and physiological inter-relationships between right and left ventricle will be finally explained, showing why any change in the volume and/or pressure overload of one ventricle immediately reflects in the functioning of the other ventricle

 

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Altre date

  • 2019-02-21 09:30
  • 2019-02-19 10:30
  • 2019-02-18 14:00

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