I did an echo test one week ago and my doctor told me I have a sightly enlarged rightventricle and upper chamber. My blood test and chest x-ray results seem to be normal, and I m scheduled for a a CT ...
A child is born with a hole in his heart between the left and rightventricles. This condition must be ....... immediately corrected with surgery because: a. the hole will cause the flow of blood to reverse in the heart ...
hello doctor... I am 22 weeks pregnant. i went for an ultrasound last week. and it stated that the baby is in unstable presentation. the right lateral ventricle is prominent than the left... right is 11 ...
I havecan epstine heart vaule defect can u enlighten me what this is also have cardic pace maker
Welcome to HCM.
Hope you are doing good. Ebstein anomaly is a congenital heart defect in which the septal leaflet of the tricuspid valve is displaced towards the apex of the rightventricle of the heart.Cardic A pacemaker battery-operated device that senses when your heart is beating irregularly or too slowly. It sends a signal to your heart that makes your heart beat at the the correct pace
My husband has ARVD, he has an ICD. Will this allow him to live a normal lifespan?
Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia (ARVD) is non ischaemic cardiomyopathy involved rightventricle,
Symptoms are usually exercise-related.
some patients are at high risk for sudden cardiac death.
avoid him doing any stressful work,
take proper treatment,
An ICD is the most effective prevention against sudden cardiac death
life depends on condition of heart.
I have a health policy with annual healt checkup recently i undurgone some test like eco, ECG MY ECO ID NORMAL BUT ECH has reflect RBBB, what is it
A right bundle branch block (RBBB) is a defect in the heart's electrical conduction system.During a RBBB, the rightventricle is not directly activated by impulses travelling through the right bundle branch.
If there is nothing else wrong with your heart, you probably will not feel any symptoms of RBBB.In most cases it does not need treatment.
You should consult a cardiologist.