Minimally invasive transapical aortic valve implantation and simultaneous major pulmonary resection

Timotheos G Kelpis, Vassilios A Economopoulos, Nikolaos E Nikoloudakis, Antonis A Pitsis
Journal of Cardiac Surgery 2013, 28 (6): 660-2
We report a 71-year-old male who underwent successful minimally invasive transapical aortic valve implantation to treat severe aortic stenosis, with simultaneous pulmonary resection for the treatment of lung cancer. At five-year follow-up the patient remains free of symptoms (NYHA I) and recurrence.

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