Rupture of Sinus of Valsalva Mimicking Aortic Root Dissection: Surgical Management and Factors Influencing Immediate Survival

Rupture of Sinus of Valsalva Mimicking Aortic Root Dissection: Surgical Management and Factors Influencing Immediate Survival

Review Data

Q: Is the topic relevant to the journal area of interest? Is it contemporary and interesting for

researchers?

A: Good

 

Abstract & Keywords

Q: Are all required components included in the abstract? Are the keywords appropriately chosen?

A: Good

 

Goal

Q: Is the goal explicitly stated in the Introduction? Is its formulation clear and unambiguous?

A: Good

 

Structure

Q: Is the paper's structure coherent? Is it in coherence with the goal of the paper?

A: Good

 

Tools and Methods

Q: Are methods the author uses adequate and well used?

A: Good

 

Discussion & Conclusion

Q: Is it related to the results presented before? Do you consider them as coherent?

A: Good

 

Comments: The Discussion centralizes aneurysm of the sinus of Valsalva (A-SOV) as a rare disease that require immediate diagnosis to prevent lethal complications. It provides relevant literature on the origin of A-SOV and the disease outcome. This further describes the treatment for ruptured A-SOV and suggests the surgical approaches followed by techniques to reconstruct non-coronary sinus (NCS). The Conclusion further highlights the importance of early detection to prevent the risk of developing A-SOV and the role of pericardial adherences to influence immediate survival.

 

Literature

Q: Does the author utilize relevant literature?

A: Good

 

Author's knowledge

Q: What is the level of the author’s knowledge? Does the author utilize all recent contributions relevant to the topic?

A: Good

 

Length

Q: Is the length of the paper adequate to the significance of the topic? Do you suggest shortening the paper without losing its value?

A: Good

 

Figures & Tables

Q: Does the author use them suitably? Are legend and notations clear?

A: Good

 

Writing style

Q: Is it clear and understandable?

A: Good

 

Further comments on the paper

Comments: This report presents a 55-year-old patient with a history of aortic valve replacement with superior vena cava syndrome related to a contained ruptured aneurysm of the non-coronary sinus of Valsalva (A-NCSOV) followed by dyspnea. Overall, this illustrates the management and factors influencing immediate survival in the rupture of sinus of Valsalva aortic root dissection.

 

Q: Would you recommend this manuscript for further publication?

A: Yes - Suitable to be published

If you have any questions and clarifications you can write to the journal.

Thanks,
Science Repository Team

 
 

Author Info

Corresponding Author
Daniel Grandmougin
School of Surgery, Université de Lorraine

Article Info

Article Type
Case Report
Publication history
Received: Wed 23, Dec 2020
Accepted: Thu 07, Jan 2021
Published: Tue 19, Jan 2021
Copyright
© 2021 Daniel Grandmougin. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Hosting by Science Repository. All rights reserved.
DOI: 10.31487/j.SCR.2021.01.09