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Ask the doctor: Understanding aortic valve sclerosis

Updated: July 16, 2014

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Regular checkups are important for people with aortic sclerosis.

Q. My family doctor heard a heart murmur and sent me to a cardiologist, who diagnosed aortic valve sclerosis after doing an echocardiogram. Should I worry?

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