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Structural Heart Disease Care

Structural heart disease can begin as a result of a birth defect or develop later in life and progress slowly. Some conditions have no symptoms while others can make day-to-day living a challenge. Common symptoms include shortness of breath, dizziness, chest tightness, and heart palpitations. Our team of cardiology experts can diagnose, treat, and manage structural heart conditions such as aortic and mitral stenosis, pericardial disease, valvular heart disease, mitral regurgitation and congenital heart disease.

Learn more about the Structural Heart Program at St. Luke's

Highlights & Resources

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    Mitral valve stenosis

Procedures & Treatments