TAVR Session II – TAVR on the Uprise. How do we deal with complex situations?
Moderators: M. Argiriou, S. Foussas, E. Pissimisis, K. Tsioufis
1. CT Imaging of Bicuspid Aortic Valve Disease. Anatomic patterns favorable and unfavorable for TAVR and factors influencing device selection A. Chalapas
2. TAVR will be the treatment of choice for bicuspid aortic valve disease in the future! N. Van Mieghem
3. Most Bicuspid aortic valves (especially in younger low-risk patients) will remain in the surgical domain! D. Angouras
4. Strokes After TAVR and SAVR: Incidence in the “Modern Era” and Key Messages S. Kodali
5. What’s Holding Back Cerebral Embolic Protection in TAVR? Data or Money? R. Mehran
6. TAVR in the patient with significant native or bioprosthetic mitral and/or tricuspid valve disease M. Oto
7. Live-in-a-box TAVR
Commentators: K. Aznaouridis, V. Androutsopoulou, S. Makrygiannis
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