Bicuspid Aortic Valve Repair (Video)

A White Board Session

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You can go years, or a lifetime, with a bicuspid aortic valve problem and not need an operation. But once that valve disease advances to a severe state, surgery is necessary. With leaky (insufficient) aortic valves, sometimes the valve can be repaired. When a bicuspid valve becomes narrowed (stenotic), those valves usually need to be replaced.

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Cleveland Clinic’s Eric Roselli, MD, shows us what leaky or narrowed valves look like in this easy-to-understand White Board Session. And, he points out when a valve must be repaired or replaced.

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