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Causes Of Congenital Aortic Stenosis
Very unlikely: If it is acquired, it is usually b/c of poor lifestyle choices. However if you are 34 and have been diagnosed w/as, this is unusual, as as takes many yrs of poor lifestyle choices to acquire. You may want to check with your dr to be sure your diagnosis is correct.If u r asking b/c an elderly blood relative has as & u r pregnant & wondering @ur baby's chance of as, it is same answer, v.Unlikely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
New dx: Mod. Aortic stenosis w/?? Mild Hypokensis of Apex. Had a PFT /fainted p 2nd MDI dose. Could new diangosis cause fainting on PFT? S.O.B. exertion
Calcium: This operation is rarely used but is done when the ascending aorta is too calcified to operate on. ...Read more
CXR's show mild cardiamegaly 4 many yrs. Could it with Type II DM & Asthma cause Mod.Aortic Stenosis &? Mild hypokensis of Apex. This DX A.S/HA new
Possibly.: It would make more sense for the cardiomegaly to result from aortic stenosis because the heart would build up muscle of the left ventricle pumping against the stenosis to get blood to the rest of the body, but they may be unrelated. Hypokinesis may represent ischemia or lack of adequate oxygen to your inferior heart. Diabetes certainly plays a role in heart disease especially atherosclerosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends....: Hello sophia, if the aortic stenosis is significant it can cause chest pain even a 5 year old because the heart muscle is working harder to pump blood. Typically the aortic stenosis would be treated with balloon dilatation or surgery (valvuloplasty or a ross procedure). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
They don't: Renal artery stenosis usually causes hypertension. In fact it can be difficult to control. Aortic stenosis doesn't cause hypotension until very late which can be dangerous if the heart has thickened. In my experience most of my patients with aortic stenosis have either normal or high blood pressure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
92 year old grandmother has blood in her urine she has no pain. Could this be caused by her aortic stenosis?
Blood in urine: The blood in her urine is not likely to be caused by aortic stenosis, even if she were on Coumadin (warfarin) if she had a metal valve. What your grandmother needs is a consultation with a urologist who will probably order a renal ultrasound to assess her kidneys. She may need a urine culture and a cystoscopy if that culture is negative for a urinary tract infection. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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