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Usually the progression to aortic valve leakage is very slow in this situation. Once a trivial amount of valve leaka...
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The dilation of the aorta is not enough of an indication to proceed with surgery if there is no aortic valve leakage....
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Thank you for your posting. When the right coronary cusp of the aortic valve prolapses into a VSD (it can either be a...
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Due to your age you are out of the range for a pediatric cardiologist to make any comments. Additionally nobody can ...
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A 4 mm ASD is not large and likely will close up or get smaller over time; it would not be a driving factor for surgi...
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Heart murmurs are common in children, and most of them are innocent or benign in nature with no underlying heart prob...
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Blueness around the mouth and eyes is due to prominence of the collection of veins that are found around the mouth an...
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Bicuspid aortic valves are associated with abnormal aortas, called an "aortopathy" in some patients. The ascending a...
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Patients with some congenital heart defects do seem prone to GE reflux and that can complicate assessment of the effe...
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Please understand that your questions cannot be answered while the child is still in the womb. Nobody can tell you wh...
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