Aortic valve stenosis; Left ventricular outflow tract obstruction; Rheumatic aortic stenosis; Calcium aortic stenosis
If there are no symptoms or symptoms are mild, you may only need to be monitored by a health care provider.
Patients with significant aortic stenosis are usually told not to play competitive sports, even if they don't have symptoms. If symptoms do occur, strenuous activity must be limited.
Medications are used to treat symptoms of...Read more
Getting old is not for the faint at heart. Those joints eventually wear out like an old door hinge that becomes creaky and loose. The hips... Read more »
"A chance to cut is a chance to cure" - This is an adage that surgeons have lived with for generations. But that may be changing. ... Read more »
You can never ask too many questions about surgery. If you are considering spine surgery, you might want some answers about minimally... Read more »
Total knee replacement (TKR) can be done now using a minimally invasive (MIS) approach. A smaller incision is made and in some cases, cutting into... Read more »
Are you thinking about having a knee replacement? Wondering whether to stick with the standard surgical procedure or go for the minimally invasive... Read more »
Is it reasonable to switch to the newer, minimally invasive (MI) method of total hip replacement (THR)? That's the question asked by the authors of... Read more »
Smaller incisions for total hip surgery are the latest trend in orthopedics. This is called minimally invasive arthroplasty (MIA). But some doctors... Read more »
In this study, surgeons combine two new methods of performing a total knee replacement (TKR). A computer-assisted and minimally invasive (MI)... Read more »