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Would you replace a Star Edwards 1260 valve that is perfectly fine, but......?

Posted By  CCF CARDIO MD - CRC on April 14, 1999 at 13:50:33
  Yes, My follow up question is, if my Mom considers another surgery in the future, should we consider the Ross Procedure, she is 59 years old now, and some doctors that have alot of experience with Ross say her age is fine, and other doctors that are not as familiar with Ross seem to think she is too old for Ross.
  
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