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AS. A word purely Latin. It has two significations. First, it signifies weight, and in this sense, the Roman as, is the same thing as the Roman pound, which was composed of twelve ounces. It was divided also into many other parts (as may be seen in the law, Servum de hoeredibus, Inst. Lib. xiii. Pandect,) viz. uncia, 1 ounce; sextans, 2 ounces; quodrans, 3 ounces; triens, 4 ounces quincunx, 5 ounces; semis, 6 ounces; septunx, 7 ounces; bes, 8 ounces, dodrans, 9 ounces; dextans, 10 ounces; deunx, 11 ounces.
     2. From this primitive and proper sense of the word another was derived: that namely of the totality of a thing, Solidum quid. Thus as signified the whole of an inheritance, so that an heir ex asse, was an heir of the whole inheritance. An heir ex triente, ex semisse, ex besse, or ex deunce, was an heir of one-third, one-half, two-thirds, or eleven-twelfths.

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Our patient had a bicuspid aortic valve which is the most common predisposing factor for aortic stenosis in pregnancy.
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In both aortic stenosis and SAS, the aortic pressure is normal, but the resistance imposed by the luminal narrowing increases the pressure gradient (PG) across the lesion due to the elevated systolic pressure within the left ventricle (LV).
Mr Al-Ulaiw, who was originally diagnosed with aortic stenosis in October 2016, suffered from severe chest pain and difficulty in breathing.
Echocardiography showed bicuspid aortic valve with fusion of the right and non-coronary cusp, unruptured aneurysm of left coronary sinus of Valsalva bulging into left atrium, gross dilation of aortic root (aortic annulus: 2.03 cm, aortic sinus: 3.2 cm, Z-score: +3.3) and ascending aorta (4.7cm) (figure 1A and 1B), severe aortic stenosis (aortic valve area: 0.6 [cm.sup.2]), moderate aortic regurgitation, with no other valvular lesion, and a normal ejection fraction.
Data before and after balloon valvuloplasty includes severity of aortic stenosis, anatomy of aortic valve, size of aortic annulus, mean PG across aortic valve, size of balloon used.
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There were few articles reported regarding outcome after surgical aortic valve replacement in the patients having severe aortic stenosis with concomitant aortic regurgitation.