Heyde's Syndrome

Heyde's syndrome is a syndrome of aortic valve stenosis associated with gastrointestinal bleeding from colonic angiodysplasia. It is named after Dr. Edward C. Heyde, who first described the association in 1958. It is due to the induction of von Willebrand disease type IIA by the valvular stenosis.

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