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Impact of blood pressure on the Doppler echocardiographic assessment of severity of aortic stenosis
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    Impact of blood pressure change and hypertension on aortic stenosis

    Dear Editor,

    I read with great interest the study by Little et al. (1) investigating the effect of acute blood pressure change on hemodynamic parameters of aortic stenosis (AS). Their implication that "differences in haemodynamics should be considered as a potential explanation for a change in AS severity independent of disease progression" should be stressed not only in clinical practice, but as well in prospect...

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