Tricuspid Regurgitation Treatment Animation #shorts

Tricuspid regurgitation, or tricuspid valve regurgitation, occurs when the valve's flaps (cusps or leaflets) do not close properly. Blood can leak backward into the atrium from the leaky tricuspid valve, causing your heart to pump harder to move blood through the valve.
Some people with tricuspid valve regurgitation may need surgery to repair or replace the valve. Valve repair or replacement may be done as open-heart surgery or as a minimally invasive heart surgery. Sometimes a tricuspid valve problem may be treated with a catheter-based procedure.
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