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Aortic Stenosis Life Expectancy
More detail: There is not much "inoperable" as. However, the patients overall frail condition, such as in the very elderly with other health problems, or perhaps a very damaged and poorly functioning heart may make this too high an operative risk. But it isn't the valve. Per se, that is inoperable. Some folks would try a percutaneous valve placement in this setting. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is aortic stenosis from old age common? What percent of people will get it? More women or men? Life style increase risk?
Does an infant with borderline left ventricle and aortic stenosis and other associated problems can live a normal healthy life or will compromise ?
Likely Compromise: Unfortunately, a "borderline" left ventricle and as will likely have some long term effect. That does not mean your child cannot live a meaningful and happy life. As a cardiologist, i can tell you that there are too many unknowns to begin to speculate. But if things go well (i.e. Surgery/cath) your child can do well and be happy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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