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What does a healthy echocardiogram look like

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doctor1 MD

hi,i got my mum 83 years old i am the daughter looking after her.my family doctor refer her to do echocadiogram.so my question please what is this for ?Is it pain when doing it and also does it tell any disease ...

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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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cardiologist or general practitioner to look at this result. ...

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. However BP and stress test were normal. I am quite active and cycle regularly. Is it likely I'll need ...

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would also like to know if the tvar procedure they are proposing would alleviate chr? ...

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.( Mostly looks like a Multivessel disease). Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction is 50-52% He has been ...

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should I conclude from this result. Is it a sympton of something serious like hypertension. What can I do ...I have recently undergone a transthoracic echocardiogram and the results indicate that I have ...

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hi doctor im male 33 years old,im palestinian since few day i feel some time like prike pain in heart side 5 to 8 time per day just few days later and i make befor 4 months ago echocradilogy to my ...

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this past summer and had an echocardiogram and all was good. What could this be? ... phelem, as it is thick dark red blood that is clotty looking. I would say about 2 tsp of blood. It seems ...

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i think im dying I have had 4 EKG s and a EchoCardiogram (ULTRASOUND OF THE HEART) in the last 3 ... ANIXETY ATTACKS. Should i Keep going to the docs???? HE says im 1000000000% percent healthy. ...

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echocardiogram revealed mild to moderate pulmonary regurgitation. He has no symptoms, no stenosis or hypertension. What are the chances that this will worsen over time... when he is an adult? ...

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, basically good shape, have had a normal ekg and echocardiogram within the last two months. The only medication I am on is synthroid. The only new food/drink consumed is green tea a couple times per day. What ...

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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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, but the Dr. is out until Tuesday. this is what the reoprt stated. MILD LEFT ATRIAL ENLARGEMANT MILD SEPTIAL ...

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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

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 and thanks for using HCM. Best way to detect arythmia is Electrocardigram and Holter Electrocardigram. Echocardiogram assesses cardiac structural changes. Palpitations may be caused by anxiety disorder too. Hope this helps.

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Vibrating pain is very unusual, if the vibration you are referring to is rhythmic in nature, then it is most likely is your heart that is causing the pain. You will need to consult a cardiologist and get an ECG and an echocardiogram to find out the exact cause.