Harvard Heart Letter

Aortic valve disease: Surgical or transcatheter replacement?

A stiff, poorly working aortic valve is a life-threatening condition. Open-heart surgery to replace the aortic valve is the gold standard. For some individuals less invasive transcatheter aortic valve replacement is an appropriate option.

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