Aortic Stenosis: Changing Disease Concepts


Aortic stenosis (AS) occurs in almost 10% of adults over age 80 years with a mortality about 50% at 2 years unless outflow obstruction is relieved by aortic valve replacement (AVR). Development of AS is associated with anatomic, clinical and genetic risk factors including a bicuspid valve in 50%; clinical factors that include older age, hypertension… (More)
DOI: 10.4250/jcu.2015.23.2.59


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@inproceedings{Rashedi2015AorticSC, title={Aortic Stenosis: Changing Disease Concepts}, author={Nina Rashedi and Catherine M. Otto}, booktitle={Journal of cardiovascular ultrasound}, year={2015} }