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What is the meaning of "no hemodynamically significant valvular aortic stenosis"?

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Dr. Joshua Buckler
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
4 doctors agree

In brief: No problem

It means that there is probably some thickening of the valve or very early narrowing of the valve but not enough to actually block blood flow.

In brief: No problem

It means that there is probably some thickening of the valve or very early narrowing of the valve but not enough to actually block blood flow.
Dr. Joshua Buckler
Dr. Joshua Buckler
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Dr. William Scott
Pediatrics - Cardiology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Not an issue now

No hemodynamically significant stenosis indicates the amount of narrowing is not affecting the heart function.
At this time, the condition requires ongoing observation, but no treatment. Aortic stenosis tends to be progressive so not being significant at this time does not mean it will remain so.

In brief: Not an issue now

No hemodynamically significant stenosis indicates the amount of narrowing is not affecting the heart function.
At this time, the condition requires ongoing observation, but no treatment. Aortic stenosis tends to be progressive so not being significant at this time does not mean it will remain so.
Dr. William Scott
Dr. William Scott
Thank