Learn how this septuagenarian went from planning her funeral to dancing at her wedding, thanks to a procedure known as transcath
Aortic Valve Disease
Candice Tarter’s struggles with valve disease led her to Michigan Medicine and, finally, a successful outcome.
When Marek Wach didn’t respond to treatment for a virus, doctors found a far more serious problem: aortic valve disease.
A new, minimally invasive option is now available for patients with severe aortic stenosis who are at intermediate risk for open
Surgery for an aneurysm led to the discovery of a second heart condition, prompting the patient to educate his large extended family.