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I recently had an echocardiogram. Results indicate the following: What

I recently had an echocardiogram. Results indicate the following: What does each mean? Do I need to be concerned ?

1. left atrium borderline dilated
2. right atrial cavity borderline dilated
3. a trace of mitral regurgitation
4. a trace of tricuspid regurgitation
5. a trace of pulmonic regurgitation
Tue, 16 Oct 2018
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