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The valve, which is the size of a dime, allows doctors to treat babies in need of a mitral or aortic valve replacement, according to Abbott Laboratories, the North Chicago company that manufactures the device.
In addition, turkey vultures have twice as many mitral cells as black vultures, despite having a brain that is a fifth smaller.
Procedures offered by the center include: •MitraClip: A minimally invasive procedure for patients with degenerative mitral regurgitation who are too ill for open-heart surgery.
Chuck was a victim of mitral valve disease, also known as chronic valvular disease.
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