1. Surgery: Surgery is the most common treatment for an anomaly of the mitral subvalvular apparatus. The goal of surgery is to repair or replace the affected valve. Depending on the severity of the condition, the surgeon may be able to repair the valve or may need to replace it with an artificial valve.
2. Medication: Medications may be prescribed to help manage symptoms of an anomaly of the mitral subvalvular apparatus. These medications may include diuretics to reduce fluid buildup in the lungs, beta-blockers to reduce the heart rate, and ACE inhibitors to reduce blood pressure.
3. Lifestyle Changes: Making lifestyle changes can help reduce the symptoms of an anomaly of the mitral subvalvular apparatus. These changes may include quitting smoking, reducing alcohol consumption, eating a healthy diet, and exercising regularly