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Aortic Valve Thickening
Aortic valve leaflet calcification for the most part is not related to a high cholesterol, but rather (congenital) abnormalities in the valve itself. Therefore, improving your cholesterol will not affect the valve. In any case, treatment for valve disease depends its degree of malfunction. If none, calcification is irrelevant. If severe, it most likely will result in "stenosis", a condition best treated with a valve operation
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