168 patients (age=82.6y, LogEurosc=22.1%) underwent BAV. After BAV we observed an increase in AVA (0.59 to 0.70cm2, p<0.05), a decrease in mean transvalvular gradient (47.8 to 38mmHg, p<0.05), without change of LV function (EF 53.3 to 54.9%, p=0.75). The most common complications involved peripheral arterial accesses (4.8%). BAV was performed in patients with CAD (N=17) concomitant with PCI and in patients with carcinoma (N=7) that underwent major non-cardiac surgery. During 6 months follow up a restenosis of dilated valve occurred (restenosis rate 59%). Recurrence of symptoms was resolved with another BAV (2 BAV N=22, 3 BAV N=3) or TAVI (N=22). During the follow up a trend towards better outcome was noted in the TAVI patients. There was no impact of EBRT on restenosis and on survival rate (2).