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- Sat Jul 31, 2004 10:47 pm
I have been complaining of chest pain and upper right abdominal pain for a couple of years. Was told it was anxiety and gallblader....finally I "told" a doctor to try an echocardiogram. I got a copy from the hospital. The results listed below. What would you tell a patient from these results and what kind of treatment would be recommended? I am so ill from this I have missed 20 days of work YTD and am not doing much at home (36 yr female/married/4 kids/work full time):
LVID ES 3.4
LVID ED 5.06
Wall Thickness IVS .8 Posterior .7
LA dimension 3.66
Aortic Root 2.33
Left/Right ventricle appears normal
Left/Right atrium appears normal
Mitral/Aortic/Tricuspid vales appear normal
Summary: 1. Preserved left ventricular function with estimated ejection fraction of 65%
2. Trace mitral regurgitation is present
3. Mild tricuspid regurgitation is present with estimated pulmonary artery systolic pressure of 28 mmhg
Appreciate any educated help!
| Dr. Yasser Mokhtar
- Sun Aug 01, 2004 6:09 pm
This appears to be a normal echocardiogram.
These are findings often found in normal healthy subjects and you don't need to worry about it and you don't need to be treated for anything.
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Yasser Mokhtar, M.D.
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