By Omar Faiz, Simon Blackburn, David Moffat
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R Mitral stenosis: is commonly associated with a previous history of rheumatic fever. On auscultation, a loud opening snap can often be heard in early diastole. This represents the opening of the mitral valve. In addition, a mid-diastolic murmur is frequently present. The latter occurs as a result of turbulent ﬂow across the stenotic valve during ventricular ﬁlling. r Mitral regurgitation: numerous disease processes can result in compromised mitral valve integrity. An acute cause arises due to rupture of the chordae tendineae following myocardial infarction.
2 A horizontal section through the abdomen. 3 Inferior vena cava The peritoneal relations of the liver (a) Seen from in front (b) The same liver rotated in the direction of the arrow to show the upper and posterior surfaces. The narrow spaces between the liver and the diaphragm labelled A and B are the right and left subphrenic spaces 48 Anatomy at a Glance, Third Edition. Omar Faiz, Simon Blackburn and David Moffat. c 2011 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Published 2011 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd. The mesenteries and layers of the peritoneum The transverse colon, stomach, spleen and liver, each have attached to them two ‘mesenteries’ – double layers of peritoneum containing arteries and their accompanying veins, nerves and lymphatics – while the small intestine and sigmoid colon have only one.
There are, thus, both atrial and ventricular septal defects, together with maldevelopment of the mitral and tricuspid valves. About one-third of babies with this defect also suffer from Down’s syndrome. Surgical repair is difﬁcult. r Ostium secundum defect. In its mildest form, there is failure of fusion between the two septa, but they still overlap (probe patency). The septum primum is kept pressed against the septum secundum, so that the condition is symptomless unless, for some reason, the pressure rises on the right side of the heart in later life.