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Valvular Heart Disease, Stanford Valvular Heart Disease, Aortic ...
Stanford valvular heart disease, aortic valve disease.
Valvular heart disease - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Valvular heart disease is any disease process involving one or more valves of the heart. The valves in the right side of the heart are the tricuspid valve and the pulmonic valve. The valves in the left side of the heart are the mitral valve and the aortic valve.
Valvular Heart Disease - ESC Working Group on Valvular Heart ...
The ESC Working Group welcomes the contribution of all those involved in the field of Valvular Heart Disease. The current membership embraces a wide range of specialists, encompassing basic science, epidemiology, imaging disciplines, cardiology and cardiac surgery, as well as obstetricians and microbiologists.
NEJM -- Valvular Heart Disease and the Use of Dopamine Agonists ...
Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine -- Valvular Heart Disease and the Use of Dopamine Agonists for Parkinson's Disease
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Valvular Heart Disease - Valvular Heart Disease - DukeHealth.org
Duke’s Valvular Heart Disease Program encompasses a wide variety of diagnostic and therapeutic tools to treat all patients with valvular heart disease.
Valvular Heart Disease Basics - Page 1
Answers to your questions about valvular heart disease and more! Information you can trust: patient guides, the latest news, tips, tools, animations and newsletters. - Page 1
HeartPoint Valvular Heart Disease
It is easily understood that the muscle that we call the heart must continue to pump with adequate force to pump the blood that the body needs. "Valves" however are extremely important to the heart's efficiency.
Valvular Heart Disease Review and Update - June 1, 2001 ...
People with valvular heart disease are living longer, with less morbidity, than ever before. Advances in surgical techniques and a better understanding of timing for surgical intervention account for increased rates of survival.
Guidelines for the Management of Patients With Valvular Heart ...
This executive summary and recommendations appears in the November 3, 1998, issue of Circulation. The guidelines in their entirety, including the ACC/AHA Class I, II, and III recommendations, are published in the November 1, 1998, issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
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