Heart Valve Regurgitation expert Mark Vesely, MD, sits with his laptopRegurgitation refers to leaky heart valves (mitral or aortic) that allow some backward blood flow.

When the condition is minor, it may not require treatment. But intervention is often necessary when the heart is straining to replace the trapped blood and keep up with demand.

These leaky valves most commonly occur in the mitral valve.

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