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Echocardiogram showed increase pressure in lungs

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ordered an echocardiogram as he heard a "murmur" in my heart. It showed a " tricuspid valve with mild ...Since last fall, 2015, my oxygen and blood pressure has been decreasing. I was recently diagnosed ...

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at this level for up to 8 hours leaving me utterly exhausted. My echocardiogram showed no issues and a CT scan ... believes it to be a reaction to high blood pressure and therefore has increased my medication to 3 tablets ...

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I recently had a transthoracic echocardiography and the results showed everything normal except ... and am a male 67 years taking blood pressure meds and simvaststin as well. What can I expect for follow ...

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showed mildly elevated pressures of 36 mmHg to 41 mmHg. I just had an echo done to monitor the pressure ... three miles per day. I do have high blood pressure , for which I take furosemide . I am also currently ...

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heart showed the following results: Impression: 1. Normal LV size and systolic function, LVEF 60 ... to estimate pulmonary pressures 3. Normal heart valves. Trivial MR. No AR. Trivial TR 4. Mildly dilated LA, 23 ...

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an echocardiogram test showed normal hear size, normal walls thinness, normal systolic functions ... pattern, with concomitant abnormal relaxation and increased filling pressuree 9grade 2 diastolic ...

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WALL HYPERTROPHY AROTIC LEAFLET TIPS SLIGHTLY THICK INCREASED TRICUSPID VALVE VELOCITY INCREASED AROTIC VALVE VELOCITY his blood pressure is normal and no other obvious signs. Thank you for your time ...

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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 ...

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May EKG shows left ventricular enlargement. I have no history or family of heart issueS. I do have a deminished lung capacity from an old intersitial lung issue that has been domant for 15 years? I am going ...

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. there is some pressure on heart but I have got all that tested. Everything seems fine (including echocardiogram). Could this be a problem with lungs, cancer? ...

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Hi--- I had low voltage on an EKG, and have since had a follow up echocardiogram (results ... or blood pressure. I have lately been experiencing chest pain and tightness, but am also being treated ...

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pressure--it has never gone very high, but I do take Enalapril 5 mg once a day. He wanted me to have an echocardiogram to see if I needed to see a cardiologist, which I did before I left home on June 17. Today I ...

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echocardiogram that showed pulomary hypertension, mild impaired left ventricular relaxation, trace mitral regurgitation, mild tricuspid regurgitation w/right ventricular systolic pressure estimated at 55 mm ...

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What is the cause of borderline left atrial enlargement ? I m 50 and just had a treadmill stress echocariogram at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale. I achieved expected maximum heart rate and was stopped after 17 minutes and 175% of target performance for...

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Hi , My friends Echo findings were Mitral Valve : PML fixed, AML doming restricted movement. Left Atrium: 3.9 cm Left Ventricle:NO RWMA IVS and IVA are Intact and AORTA :3.7 cm ....What above study shows ...

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doctor1 MD

echo cardiogram is like an ultrasound. It does not show arrhythmia, that ecg and holter is for. It will show any coronary artery damage or any structural damage.

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Hi, Good day. Sleep studies give an assessment of sleep apnea. However, we cant pinpoint the date of onset of sleep apnea. Sometimes, an Echocardiogram may show elevated right sided heart chamber pressures and pulmonary hypertension. AN arterial blood gas analysis also may show carbon dioxide retention. These are hints that the sleep apnea may be long standing.