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Bicuspid aortic valve & aortic stenosis & baby sometime gets blue lips and tongue, what to do?

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Dr. Mario Matos-Cruz
Surgery - Thoracic
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In brief: Pediatric cardiologi

Who has a bicuspid aortic valve, parent or baby?Take baby to pediatric cardiologist, several to choose in cleveland.
Baby needs an echocardiogram, possibly cardiac ct or mri. How old is the baby?Do not waste time , take baby today.

In brief: Pediatric cardiologi

Who has a bicuspid aortic valve, parent or baby?Take baby to pediatric cardiologist, several to choose in cleveland.
Baby needs an echocardiogram, possibly cardiac ct or mri. How old is the baby?Do not waste time , take baby today.
Dr. Mario Matos-Cruz
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Dr. Steven Neish
Pediatrics - Cardiology
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In brief: Depends on severity

Aortic stenosis does not typically cause cyanosis (blue coloration.
) however, if the aortic stenosis is severe, there can be impaired cardiac output, and there can be abnormal coloration, which people often describe more as pale or grey. Aortic stenosis is progressive, and can be rapidly progressive in infancy. If you baby has as and new symptoms, you should get prompt followup.

In brief: Depends on severity

Aortic stenosis does not typically cause cyanosis (blue coloration.
) however, if the aortic stenosis is severe, there can be impaired cardiac output, and there can be abnormal coloration, which people often describe more as pale or grey. Aortic stenosis is progressive, and can be rapidly progressive in infancy. If you baby has as and new symptoms, you should get prompt followup.
Dr. Steven Neish
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