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The purporse of this study is to determine if biomarker assay obtained at baseline can predict future risk of cardiovascular adverse events, and to determine if temporal changes in biomarker levels can provide a better risk prediction compared to biomarker assay obtained at baseline.
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The purpose of this study is to assess operative and postoperative outcomes after aortic valve surgery, evaluate for changes in ascending aorta diameter by comparing pre-operative CT imaging to measurements on follow-up imaging, and examine late outcomes and functional status during the follow-up period with specific focus on mortality, need for re-operation and incidence of aortic dissection.
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