Conditions, Heart Clinic London

There are various cardiac conditions that we can help provide advice on and treatment for here at The Keyhole Heart Clinic. If you have had a recent diagnosis and want to learn more about the cardiac condition you currently have, you’ll find further information below, including Aortic Stenosis, Aortic Regurgitation, Tricuspid Valve Stenosis, Tricuspid Valve Regurgitation, Mitral Valve Stenosis and Mitral Valve Regurgitation. As much as reading about your condition can educate further, it’s always advisable to receive face-to-face consultation, or via phone or video, to understand fully any cardiac conditions, and we are more than happy to arrange this by getting in touch today.

Cardiac conditions of the Aortic Valve, Mitral Valve, Tricuspid Valve and more

Aortic Valve Stenosis Aortic valve stenosis occurs when the aortic valve begins to stiffen and restrict blood flow through it from the left ventricle to the body. Congenital (hereditary) aortic stenosis can occur creating problems in infancy or in later life. Symptoms include breathlessness, fainting episodes (syncope) and palpitations. Find out more about the Aortic Stenosis treatments available.
Aortic Valve Regurgitation is where the aortic valve leaks when the left ventricle relaxes, where in a healthy heart it should close to prevent blood travelling back into the left ventricle. Most cases are due to a weakness in the main outflow of the heart leading to dilatation of the ring or “annulus” of the aortic valve, with symptoms including severe shortness of breath and ankle swelling. Find out more on the Aortic Valve Regurgitation treatments available.
Tricuspid Valve Stenosis Symptoms & Treatment Although tricuspid valve stenosis may not be too common, if you are suffering from
Tricuspid Valve Regurgitation Tricuspid valve regurgitation is much more common than tricuspid valve stenosis. In this situation, the tricuspid valve
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Knowledge Hub

We want our patients to be as fully informed as possible, that’s why our knowledge hub provides further information relating to many of the conditions and treatments we provide here at The Keyhole Heart Clinic. Whether you need helpful advice on the various symptoms of heart disease, or you have upcoming surgery and you want to know more about what to expect and how to prepare, our knowledge hub aims to provide helpful insight in between any appointments or consultations you may have with us.

Detailed information about the Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation procedure we expertly perform.
Learn about the common symptoms of heart disease and what to do if you experience them.
Learn about what to do in the lead up to having heart surgery with our guide.

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