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What is the prognosis of mild pulmonary valve stenosis of my 2-month-old baby?
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Dr. Steven Neish
Pediatrics - Cardiology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Excellent
Isolated pulmonary valve stenosis, even if severe, has an excellent long-term outcome.
Mild pulmonary valve stenosis is typically asymptomatic with normal exercise tolerance and normal lifespan. Significant pulmonary valve stenosis typically can be successfully treated with balloon valvuloplasty (a safe procedure) and after treatment, patients have an excellent long-term outcome.

In brief: Excellent
Isolated pulmonary valve stenosis, even if severe, has an excellent long-term outcome.
Mild pulmonary valve stenosis is typically asymptomatic with normal exercise tolerance and normal lifespan. Significant pulmonary valve stenosis typically can be successfully treated with balloon valvuloplasty (a safe procedure) and after treatment, patients have an excellent long-term outcome.
Dr. Steven Neish
Dr. Steven Neish
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Dr. Mathew Chengot
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Good
Need monitoring yearly for monitoring and pediatric cardiology follow up.

In brief: Good
Need monitoring yearly for monitoring and pediatric cardiology follow up.
Dr. Mathew Chengot
Dr. Mathew Chengot
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Dr. Nassir Azimi
Clinical Lipidology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Good
Mild pulmonary valve stenosis is almost never symptomatic.
The condition rarely progresses after the first year. Thence children can play sports normally and live normal lives.

In brief: Good
Mild pulmonary valve stenosis is almost never symptomatic.
The condition rarely progresses after the first year. Thence children can play sports normally and live normal lives.
Dr. Nassir Azimi
Dr. Nassir Azimi
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Dr. Sarosh Batlivala
Pediatrics - Cardiology
In brief: Good
Mild pulmonary stenosis is very well tolerated.
Many can be watched, but it may need to be treated. Treatment can be done successfully in the cath lab. Assuming there are no other issues or complication, children should go on to live a long, healthy right.

In brief: Good
Mild pulmonary stenosis is very well tolerated.
Many can be watched, but it may need to be treated. Treatment can be done successfully in the cath lab. Assuming there are no other issues or complication, children should go on to live a long, healthy right.
Dr. Sarosh Batlivala
Dr. Sarosh Batlivala
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