Echo shows mildly dilated atrium. Meaning? How can damage be minimised?
I just had an Echo done and the report reads A transthoracic echocardiogram had shown normal left ventricular cavity dimensions and wall thickness with good overall wall function and no obvious regional wall motion abnormalities at rest. The left atrium was mildly dilated. There are no valular...
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Right Atrium is mild dilated. Is it any serious ?
I underwent Lipid profile test & Echo test. Results are as below: Triglycerides - 162 HDL - 25 LDL - 122 Chol / HDL - 7.6 LDL / HDL - 4.9 Echo result is everything normal except Right Atrium - Mild dilated. Is that serious? My age is 45 yrs, Wt.72kgs
I have a slightly dilated left atrium, please help
Hi, I'm a 25 y/o male and i work in a call center for 3 years now. I take supervisor calls and there are times when i get irritated for the past 2 months when the left side of my chest(feels like my heart, from my left breast upto its side) will
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