Transcatheter Caval Valve Implantation for Tricuspid Regurgitation After Single Leaflet Device Attachment


An 86-year-old patient experienced progressive heart failure symptoms. Echocardiographic evaluation revealed severe tricuspid regurgitation, which was treated by transcatheter edge-to-edge repair. During the procedure, single leaflet device attachment occurred. On the basis of a prohibitive surgical risk, caval valve implantation was performed, with no notable complications. (Level of Difficulty: Advanced.)
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