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PFOs: What To Do?

PFOs: What To Do?

Last week, we talked about PFO’s—what they are and how we find them.  This week we’ll turn to a discussion of what we do when we find one. Because PFO’s are fairly common and the vast majority of people have no consequences from their presence, we don’t generally close them.  It is controversial whether patients with an asymptomatic PFO should…

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