an echocardiogram test showed normal hear size, normal walls thinness, normal systolic functions, no regional wall motion abnormalities. features are consistent with pseudonormal left ventricular filling ...
How is a stress echo different then a normal echo of the heart. I had some regurgitation on the normal one so now I m doing the stress one. Can a stress one show an infected heart valve (or a small ...
with sinus tachycardia as a teenager. I received an abnormal EKG at my appt today. My GP id concerned about the long weekend as my cardiologist can t see me until Monday. My EKG reads Abnormal precirdial QRS ...
Just had an echocardiogram and results said: Mitral Valve : The mitral valve is normal in structure ... pattern is normal for age. The estimated EF is 65-70%, No regional wall motion abnormalities noted. Could ...
with palpitations. this happens often but more so now. i have had a electrocardiogram it showed MVP, the cardiologist told me to not come back unless is pass out... have had blood work done came back normal. should i ...
I recently had a echocardiogram and it stated that I had a borderline conccentric left ventricular hypertrophy. Overall left ventricular systolic function is low-normal with an EF between 50-55% The diastolic ...
I cant breathe properly and i feel exhausted very fast
There are plenty of causes for difficulty in breathing.
some common causes are heart diseases, Anemia, Respiratory disorders.
Please do the following investigations
1. X- Ray chest
4. Complete blood count
Then write back for further queries.
Hope this helps.
Wishing you good health.
Inner hot sensation in legs when standing, some tachycardia at the same time (100bpm), ecg and echocardiogramnormal, any possible causes to investigate?
This could be infection, consult ur GP and get examined.
hi could my blood count be lower bcuz I am feeling tired and dizzy, heartbeat is fast when walking and I did an echocardiogram and it was normal
All these can happen if you have anemia I.e. low hemoglobin. I would recommend a hemoglobin levels, thyroid profile, blood sugar levels, liver functions and ECG to come to a definitive answer.