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Aortic calcification is how it sounds - deposits of calcium start to form in the aorta. This can cause the aorta channel to narrow and could result in heart damage although this is not always the case. . It is something that generally happens with aging but younger people can experience it too. Seek medical advice if you have this condition.
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