Journal of Aortic Stenosis Case Reports publishes case reports in Aortic Stenosis journal, imaging in Aortic Stenosis journal, surgery in Aortic Stenosis journal, video journal in Aortic Stenosis surgery etc. Aortic valve stenosis — or stenosis — occurs when the heart's heart valve narrows. When the blood flow through the heart valve is reduced or blocked, your heart must work harder to pump blood to your body. Eventually, this extra work limits the number of blood it can pump, and this may cause symptoms also as possibly weaken your heart muscle. Some people with heart valve stenosis won't experience symptoms for several years. Signs and symptoms of semilunar valve stenosis may include: Abnormal heart sound (heart murmur) heard through a stethoscope pain (angina) or tightness with activity. Feeling faint or dizzy or fainting with more activity. Shortness of breath, especially once you are active. Fatigue, especially during times of increased activity Heart palpitations — sensations of a rapid, fluttering heartbeat Not eating enough (mainly in children with heart valve stenosis) Not gaining enough weight (mainly in children with semilunar valve stenosis). The heart valve consists of three tight-fitting, triangular-shaped flaps of tissue called cusps. Some children are born with an heart valve that has only two (bicuspid) cusps instead of three. People can also turn with one (unicuspid) or four (quadricuspid) cusps, but these are rare. This defect won't cause any problems until adulthood, at which era the valve may begin to narrow or leak and will need to be repaired or replaced.
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