What Is a Percutaneous Valve Replacement Procedure? Center

A percutaneous valve replacement is a minimally invasive procedure to replace a diseased heart valve. The malfunctioning valve is removed and replaced with a manufactured valve, which may be mechanical or made of human or animal tissue. Read more: What Is a Percutaneous Valve Replacement Procedure? Article

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