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Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair Surgery Video

Video by A. Marc Gillinov, MD

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Is mitral valve surgery right for you?
  • The minimally invasive surgery is the current standard of care for patients with mitral valve disease.
  • This mitral valve surgery video shows a minimally invasive valve repair in a patient with mitral valve disease.
  • This video focuses on the surgical approach and shows the mitral valve with a myxomatous mitral valve leaflet, elongated chordae and ruptured chordae. It does not review the actual repair.

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Please note - actual heart surgery is presented. Content may be graphic for some viewers.

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