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The changes included thickening and enlargement of the left ventricle, which are considered indicators of possible future heart failure.
The tumor, which remains but hasn't grown, sits at the top of a brain ventricle.
Kimmel has not said whether Billy has undergone a second surgery to repair the hole between his left and right ventricle.
Doctors use it to show the ventricles of the heart
Without a valve connecting the right ventricle to the lungs, not enough blood reaches the lungs.
Five of her ribs were broken, the medical examiner reported, with evidence of injuries to her lungs, liver and the left ventricle of her heart.
Before Will was born, he was diagnosed with a significant heart abnormality: hypoplastic left heart syndrome, in which the left ventricle is severely underdeveloped.
Below them, exaggerated versions of BMW’s trademark air ventricles in each corner help cut the visual bulk of the rear bumper.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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