AVI

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Related to Aortic valve insufficiency: Aortic Incompetence
AcronymDefinition
AVIAudio Video Interleave (multimedia container format)
AVIAutomatic Vehicle Identification
AVIAudio Visual, Inc. (various locations)
AVIAortic Valve Insufficiency
AVIAudio Video Interleaving
AVIAudio Video Integration
AVIAustralian Volunteers International (Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia)
AVIActual Value Initiative (Philadelphia, PA)
AVIAdvitech Inc. (Quebec, Quebec, Canada; stock symbol)
AVIAutomated Vehicle Identification
AVIAuditory-Verbal International
AVIAssociation for Veterinary Informatics
AVIAdvanced Visual Interface
AVIArt Vivant (French: Living Art)
AVIAdd Value International (e-business; Canada)
AVIAvionics Integration
AVIAmerican Veterans Institute (Tipp City, OH)
AVIAdopted Vietnamese International
AVIAdvanced Vehicle Identification
AVIArk Valley Interurban (trolley; Kansas)
AVIAnalog VHDL International (industry group)
AVIAluminium Véranda Industrie (French: Veranda Aluminium Industry; Asnières sur Oise, France)
AVIAbdominal Volume Index
AVIArabian Vermiculite Industries (Saudi Arabia manufacturer of fireproofing products)
AVIAudio Video Interactive, Ltd. (interactive audiovisual services)
AVIAirborne Vehicle Identification
AVIArmy Veterinary Inspector (typically, a military food inspector)
AVIAortic Valve Area Index
AVIAviation Restructure Initiative (US Army)
AVIAustralian Veterinarians in Industry (Australian Veterinary Association)
AVIAudio-Visual Isomorphism
AVIAudio Visual Integration, Inc (Fort Wayne, IN)
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Presence of any degree of aortic insufficiency with or without prolapse, involvement of aortic cusps with element of aortic right cusp prolapse and any subsequent grade of aortic valve insufficiency (AI) was also documented.
Of cases with RHD, 4 (57%) had mitral valve insufficiency (MVI), and 2 (29%) had an aortic valve insufficiency (AVI) plus the MVI, and one (14%) had AVI (Table 2).
A 28-year-old male patient underwent aortic valve replacement (27 mm Carbo Medics) operation for severe aortic valve insufficiency. Three weeks later, he was admitted to our hospital with fever.