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Rheumatic Heart Disease, with severe Mitral stenosis and mild Aortic Regurgitation - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Hypertension and Heart Disease
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User :   hi
Doctor :   Hi
User :   can have some cardiologist online
Doctor :  
I am a General Practitioner I can help you within my expertise
Doctor :  
You can please proceed with your query
User :   what is idently docket are you from Delhi
User :   I need to go for BMW, ( balooning), please suggest it BMW required to it can be treated with medicine
User :   also suggest what should be my life style
Doctor :   Look the ballooning is a interventional procedure
Doctor :  
to be done during Mitral valve stenosis
User :   yes i am suffering with this only Mitral valve stenosis
Doctor :  
The severe Mitral stenosis and precipitating factors to frequent episodes of the breathlessness
User :   the diagnose said, RHD, MS, with mile AR, current value area is 1.1
Doctor :  
indicates the need of Ballooning
Doctor :   Yes 1.1 is the critical value
Doctor :   1.1 is the area of the mitral valve
User :   What is normal human value area
Doctor :   You might require the ballooning
Doctor :   Do you have the ECHO findings with youi
Doctor :  
or the Color doppler findings
User :   I do..
Doctor :  
the motility of the valve, the area,
Doctor :  
Can you please type them
Doctor :  
The normal area is 4 to 6cm2
Doctor :  
for the mitral valve
User :   or means the normal is 4 to 6 while mine is 1.1..redued by 5
Doctor :   You need a surgery

Doctor :  
Doctor :   Blood is not flowing properly
User :   that is BMW is good or replacment is required
Doctor :   You should take care of ppt factors

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