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  • Aortic Valve Disease

    Aortic valve malady is a gradually dynamic issue with a diseasecontinuum that ranges from mellow valve thickening without obstacle of blood stream, termed aortic sclerosis, to serious calcification with debilitated handout movement, oraortic stenosis.Valvular aortic stenosis results in chronic left ventricular pressure overloading. At any stage of life, however, the natural history of aortic stenosis largely reflects the functional integrity of the mitral valve.

  • Aortic Valve Disease

    They are usally two types of Aortic valve disease  Aortic valve stenosis in this condition, the aortic valve opening is narrowed which obstructs blood flow from heart into aorota and other parts of the body. Aortic valve regurgitation. In this condition, the aortic valve doesn't close properly, causing blood to flow backward into the left ventricle.

  • Aortic Valve Disease

    Statistics: In Canada Aortic stenosis is the most common valvular heart disease. aortic sclerosis affects about 25% of the population older than 65 years. Calcific aortic stenosis, however, affects approximately 2% to 3% of those older than 75 years. Thus, not all patients with aortic sclerosis go on to develop obstructive aortic valve disease; this occurs at a rate of about 10% within 5 years.
     

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