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What does minimally invasive heart surgery treat?
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Dr. Mark Milunski
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Heart surgery
So-called minimally invasive heart surgery is used to treat coronary artery disease as well as valvular heart disease.
Coronary artery bypass graft surgery and valve repair surgery can be accomplished with minimally invasive techniques but requires a surgeon who is highly skilled in using these techniques.

In brief: Heart surgery
So-called minimally invasive heart surgery is used to treat coronary artery disease as well as valvular heart disease.
Coronary artery bypass graft surgery and valve repair surgery can be accomplished with minimally invasive techniques but requires a surgeon who is highly skilled in using these techniques.
Dr. Mark Milunski
Dr. Mark Milunski
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Dr. Brian Mott
Surgery - Thoracic
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Valves mostly
Minimally invasive techniques are used for valve repairs and replacements, coronary artery bypass, and arrythmias surgery.

In brief: Valves mostly
Minimally invasive techniques are used for valve repairs and replacements, coronary artery bypass, and arrythmias surgery.
Dr. Brian Mott
Dr. Brian Mott
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