Aortic Valve and Root Surgery in Young Patients: Complex Considerations
From batchUser on August 23rd, 2021
- Introduction by Moderator: L. Leonardo Rodriguez, MD
- Case Presentation: Joshua Cohen, MD
- Pathologic considerations and do we operate earlier in young patients?: L. Leonardo Rodriguez, MD
- Advances in imaging with MRI, CT, and Echo: Deborah Kwon, MD
- Choosing a mechanical valve and the Proact Xa Trial: Douglas Johnston, MD
- Root reimplantation and long term data: impact of repair, CTD, BAV and other considerations: Lars G. Svensson, MD, PhD
- Current role for Ross procedure in young adults : Alistair Phillips, MD
- The commando operation for Radiation Heart disease: Gosta Pettersson, MD, PhD
- Is TAVR in BAV a real consideration in Patients <75?: Grant Reed, MD
- Evaluate pathophysiology, anatomy, and severity to enable appropriate therapy
- Discuss novel imaging modalities to help guide management decisions for patients with aortic valve disease
- Describe technical guidelines for aortic valve and aortic surgery
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The following faculty has indicated they have no relationship which, in the context of their presentation(s), could be perceived as a potential conflict of interest: Lars Svensson, MD, PhD, Gosta B Pettersson, MD, L. Leonardo Rodriguez, MD, Alistair Phillips, MD, Grant Reed, MD, Deborah H Kwon, MD, Joshua Cohen, MD.
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