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Factors that have been found to lead to decreased durability of homografts:81 a. Older donor age. b. Dilated aortic root (unless corrected by aortoplasty). c. , Marfan’s syndrome and cystic medial necrosis. d. g. rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, etc). e. Technically imperfect implant, causing turbulent ﬂows. f. Prolonged storage of wet-stored allografts prior to use. g. Harsh sterilization, harvesting, or preservation techniques. 3. 27 a. Cardioplegia-myocardial protection. b. Coronary artery disease.