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In the long term, aortic stenosis (AS), especially when untreated, can cause structural changes to the heart that can contribute to arrhythmia. More specifically, left ventricular (LV) outflow obstruction caused by AS can cause pressure buildup in the LV, which over time can cause LV concentric hypertrophy (I.e., the heart muscle thickens uniformly). Such ...


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Yes , I feel so . As AS will cause pressure overLoad in LV which will further cause increase pressure for pumping the blood, so chronically which leads to arrhythmic activity


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