Aortic Valve Insufficiency Outlook
What to expect with aortic regurgitation:
- With treatment, about 75% of those with significant aortic regurgitation survive longer than 5 years.
- About 50% live longer than 10 years.
- The prognosis is poor in those who develop congestive heart failure.
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