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Chest pain and breathing issues. What does echocardiogram show? Serious?

hi i am a 46 yr old femal i just had a cath done because i have been having ome issues with chest pain and breathing it said i had no blockages,my ? is my echocardiograms that i had done i am having trouble understanding my dr said everythings ok,what is regional wall motion abnormality,basal inferoseptal wall hypokinetic,inferior wall hypokinetic,anteroseptal wall hypokinetic ( lvh ),
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The echo suggest than the heart valves are not moving as expected and heart has very pump capacity.
It may be mild or severe depending upon the degree of involvement.
This is the reason for chest pain and difficulty in breathing.
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