How effective is the Ross procedure?

The Ross procedure is usually a successful procedure that yields favorable long-term results.

Compared with available aortic bioprosthetic alternatives in young adults with severe aortic stenosis, the Ross procedure provides an excellent long-term option for patients and the need for a reintervention is rare. 

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