Patent Foramen Ovale Closure Procedure
Patent foramen ovale is strongly associated with cryptogenic stroke. Various
clinical trials has shown the association between cryptogenic stroke and
incidence of undelrying patent foramen ovale, these trials also shown the
decrease of cryptogenic stroke incidence with the treatment of patent
foramen ovale Lesion. In the absence of absolute contraindications, patients
with patent foramen ovale are advised to undergo closure. Preprocedural
examinations such as trans esophageal echocardiography and pretreatment
with anticoagulants are required to prevent peri and postprocedural adverse
events. Currently, patent foramen ovale Closure can be done through a
percutaneous access with minimal risk. Treatment of patent foramen ovale
can help decrease future incidences of strokes
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