Aortic stenosis

@article{Carabello2009AorticS,
  title={Aortic stenosis},
  author={Blase Anthony Carabello and Walter Paulus},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2009},
  volume={373},
  pages={956-966}
}
In developed countries, aortic stenosis is the most prevalent of all valvular heart diseases. A manifestation of ageing, the disorder is becoming more frequent as the average age of the population increases. Symptomatic severe disease is universally fatal if left untreated yet is consistent with a typical lifespan when mechanical relief of the stenosis is provided in a timely fashion. Management of mild disease, severe asymptomatic disease, and far advanced disease, and the effect of new… CONTINUE READING

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