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i have pulmonary regurgitation, what are the treatments?

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Dr. Charles Burger
36 years experience Pulmonology
Pulmonary regurgitat: Pulmonary regurgitation generally refers to a leaky pulmonary heart valve. Best to discuss treatment with your doctor. Surgery is not necessary in most.
Answered on Apr 24, 2015
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