Congenital insufficiency of the aortic valve is a birth defect in which there is an abnormality in the flap inside the main artery inside the heart that prevents blood from flowing backward through the heart. Congenital insufficiency of the aortic valve is a type of heart valve disease which causes the aortic valve to either become weakened or balloon out, preventing a tight seal and allowing blood to flow backward from the aorta and into the left ventricle of the heart.
Babies born with congenital insufficiency of the aortic valve may need surgery to repair the abnormality in the valve. Sometimes, congenital insufficiency of the aortic valve may be managed with medications to ease high blood pressure.
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