Introduction: Most native tricuspid valve stenosis (TS) cases are rheumatic, usually associated with other valvulopathies. Rheumatismal TS typically occurs with concomitant mitral and/or aortic involvement.
Case Presentation: Here, we present a 42-year-old symptomatic woman with isolated TS due to rheumatic heart disease.
Conclusion: Patients suffering from rheumatic heart disease should be on regular follow-ups and periodically assessed with echocardiography. In the present case, the tricuspid valve was involved in isolation.
Tricuspid Valve Stenosis
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