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Aortic Valve Disease

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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. Patients with aortic stenosis can be categorized as one of four classifications of seriousness: mellow, direct, extreme, or exceptionally serious.

  • Aortic Valve Disease

    Histopathologic investigations of aortic sclerosis show central subendothelial plaquelike sores on the aortic side of the handout that stretch out to the nearby fibrosa layer.The three principal symptoms of aortic stenosis are chest pain with exertion, shortness of breath with exertion due to failure of the left ventricle, and sudden loss of consciousness; weakness, fatigue and heart palpitations may also be present. 

  • Aortic Valve Disease

    Statistics: In Netherland the prevalence for Aortic valve disease  is estimated to be around 3.1% The prevalence of moderate or severe aortic stenosis in patients more than 65-75 years old is 2.8%. It is the most common valvular heart disease of the elderly and increases with age. The prevalence is approximately 1.4% at age 75 years and 6.1% at 85-95 years.

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