Transcatheter mitral valve replacement is a minimally invasive procedure to replace a mitral valve that isn't working properly. A catheter is inserted in the leg or chest and guided to the heart. A replacement valve is inserted through the catheter and guided to the heart. A balloon is expanded to press the valve into place.
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