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Hi, I managed to grab a snapshot of a short report of an echocardiogram . It is concerning to me. I just want to know what this bit of info means. I know it is not complete, but just want to understand ...

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Dr., I have taken a snapshot of a partial echocardiogram report. I know it is missing other ... thus far are normal. Thank you. ...

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Colour dopplerechocardiogram report-Normal lv size mild concentric lvh , normal valves , no rwma, fair lv function , ef -58%, decreased diastolic compliance, alcoholic and smoking ... ...

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just had an echo andshows left ventricle was mildly dilated with normal systolic funtion ef65% the wall thicknesswas normal also mildly dilated left atrium what does all this mean ...

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like four days later. His echo was also normal, except this time his report mentioned aortic valve ... brother is only 27 years although he smokes. My question is how can one report say normal aortic valve ...

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an echocardiogram test showed normal hear size, normal walls thinness, normal systolic functions, no regional wall motion abnormalities. features are consistent with pseudonormal left ventricular filling ...

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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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After echocardiogram...57yr, 6 2 230...nonsmoker/nondrinker. No meat, veggies, inconsistent exercise habits - metabolic syndrome! Left ventrical systolic function is normal with an estimated EF at 65 ...

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My transthoracic Echocardiogram study had the following concludions: Left Ventricular cavity is norman in size. Normal global wall motion. Normal systolic global function. Calculated EF 58%. Left ...

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My husband had a echocardiogram done the other day and the conclusion listed on the report is as follows: Mild concentric left ventricular hypertrophy. Normal left ventricular size. The left ventricular ...

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I have recently undergone a transthoracic echocardiogram and the results indicate that I have undilated LV with good systolic function and mild cocentric LVH, with no evidence of LVOT Obstruction. What ...

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Hello doctor since from last one month iam suffering with chest pain and i have done master health checkup it was all normal but in x-ray they have showed tht mild heart enlargement is there nd suggested ...

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I am waiting for results of my Echocardiogram taken 2 week ago. I was shown a picture of my heart with red & blue, the blood pumping, it also had a 2 thick lines of green going down. Does green mean normal ...

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hello I was supposed to get my result from my echocardiogram on the 4th of dec. my insurance has switched and I cant get the results from a doctor but I have my print out. everything seems normal ...

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doctor1 MD

This could be infection, consult ur GP and get examined.

doctor1 MD

Hi All these can happen if you have anemia I.e. low hemoglobin. I would recommend a hemoglobin levels, thyroid profile, blood sugar levels, liver functions and ECG to come to a definitive answer.

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Get an ECG and an Echocardiogram. If normal, not to worry. Any specific queries, happy to help again. Thanks.