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How often does the corrective surgery for asd fail?
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Dr. William Scott
Pediatrics - Cardiology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Very rarely
ASD surgery is usually very successful.
There are some types of ASD that are more challenging, and there is a higher risk of having a small residual defect. While not a complete closure, small residual defects are not considered failures.

In brief: Very rarely
ASD surgery is usually very successful.
There are some types of ASD that are more challenging, and there is a higher risk of having a small residual defect. While not a complete closure, small residual defects are not considered failures.
Dr. William Scott
Dr. William Scott
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Dr. Matthias Peuster
Pediatrics - Cardiology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Device closure
Is the standard now.
It has a very high success rate (in our series >95%) the remainder are referred to surgery with a 100% success rate.

In brief: Device closure
Is the standard now.
It has a very high success rate (in our series >95%) the remainder are referred to surgery with a 100% success rate.
Dr. Matthias Peuster
Dr. Matthias Peuster
Thank
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