When Marek Wach didn’t respond to treatment for a virus, doctors found a far more serious problem: aortic valve disease.
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.
Those suffering symptoms of aortic stenosis often write off the warnings as signs of old age. Know how to identify — and address — the real culprit.
The most common congenital heart condition can go unnoticed for years without incident. But once it causes problems, surgery is the only fix.