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Aortic Valve Sclerosis Without Stenosis
Can you explain these to me?Concentric left ventricular hypertrophy with adequate contractility and systolic function.Aortic valve sclerosis
A valve is a structure that regulates the direction of flow. The heart is a special kind of pump. It moves blood by squeezing and relaxing. There are 4 chambers and each chamber has a valve. This keeps blood from moving backwards when the heart squeezes. When a chamber squeezes it lets the blood move forward but when the chamber is relaxed it prevents the blood from ...Read more
Depends: It depends on how severe the aortic stenosis is. If mild, there should be no problem. If severe, the stress could cause strain on the heart and lead to serious problems. Usually, if it is that severe, the condition is treated. One should directly consult one's cardiologist to answer this question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
None: Usually with mild aortic stenosis, no lv muscle thickness (hypertrophy), no ekg changes, and no aortic root dilatation, there are no restrictions. However, your cardiologist is the best person to tell you about restrictions because he has much better knowledge of your whole condition and any other associated problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have bicuspid aortic valve with mild stenosis i'm 39 i've been told i need to have a op how long do u think i will need the valve replament size 4.1?
The aortic valve is one of 4 valves in the heart, each of which separates 2 cardiac chambers. It opens when blood is actively ejected from the left ventricle into the aorta artery, to be carried to the rest of the body. It then closes firmly to prevent blood from flowing backwards, while it passively continues to flow forward to body's vital organs. When next heartbeat ...Read more
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