Improving assessment of aortic stenosis.

  title={Improving assessment of aortic stenosis.},
  author={Philippe Pibarot and Jean Gaston Dumesnil},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Cardiology},
  volume={60 3},
"Degenerative" or calcific aortic stenosis is a complex, multifaceted, systemic disease that is not solely limited to the aortic valve but also includes reduced arterial compliance as well as alterations of left ventricular geometry and function. This particular nature of the disease underscores the need for a more comprehensive evaluation of disease severity going beyond the standard parameters routinely used to assess stenosis severity (i.e., peak jet velocity, pressure gradients, valve… CONTINUE READING


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