Structural heart disease most often refers to cardiac defects which are congenital in nature (birth defects), but may also include abnormalities of the valves and vessels of the heart wall that develop with wear and tear on the heart, or through other disease processes. Dr. Elizabeth Retzer, M.D., an Interventional Cardiologist with Centegra Physician Care discusses structural heart disease and what to do if you have symptoms of the disease.
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