Where can I find a list of surgeons who specialize in aortic valve replacement?

Sts.org and facs.org. Sts.Org and facs.Org.
Several websites. The american college of surgeons (facs.Org) and the society of thoracic surgeons (sts.Org) can help you with this. Also look at ctsnet.Org. Of course, why not just ask your doctor or use your preferred hospital's referral service? Hope this helps.
Best choice Internet. Not sure a list is available. Look for aortic valve replacement, especially, minimally invasive. Most surgeons with minimally invasive and/or tavr (transcatheter aortic valve replacement) have an extensive experience with aortic valve replacements.

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