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What about acute aortic regurgitation?

Unlike chronic aortic regurgitation, acute regurgitation is generally poorly tolerated. Because the ventricle does not have sufficient time to dilate, the volume of blood flowing back into the ventricle produces a dramatic rise in end-diastolic pressure, which in turn produces signs and symptoms of heart failure. Acute aortic regurgitation generally requires early surgical treatment. What […] Read more