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What is the life expectancy if aortic insufficiency?
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Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Family Medicine
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In brief: Unknown
Life expectancy depends not just on the presence of a diagnosis but also on its severity, comorbidities, and its cause.
If the aortic insufficiency is mild and there's no underlying cause (say inborn), chances are the expectancy is minimally decreased if any. Whereas in other cases such as valvular abnormalites as a result of infection or immune process or severe heart defect it may be worse.

In brief: Unknown
Life expectancy depends not just on the presence of a diagnosis but also on its severity, comorbidities, and its cause.
If the aortic insufficiency is mild and there's no underlying cause (say inborn), chances are the expectancy is minimally decreased if any. Whereas in other cases such as valvular abnormalites as a result of infection or immune process or severe heart defect it may be worse.
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
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