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What does a normal echocardiogram mean

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doctor1 MD

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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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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is slightly thickened, tricuspid with normal color doppler flow. Thickening as i read means sclerosis , and my ...My brother 27 years old had an echocardiogram just as a routine check up due to family history ...

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My echocardiogram read moderate hypokinesis. LV normal size EF 35% mitral valve abnormal mobility, thickened leaflets. What does this mean? What question should I ask my cardiologist? What could be the cause? ...

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LV Systolic function .LVEF 55% Kindly let me know what this means? I hd undergone a Coronary Artery ...My recent Echo cardiogram says in conclusion . Coronary Artery disease. .Normal Chamber dimensions ...

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regurgitation not seen in all images. What does all this mean and what can I do to make it better ...I recently had a echocardiogram and it stated that I had a borderline conccentric left ventricular ...

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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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I just got my results back from my Echocardiogram. Please let me know what all this means and if it can be corrected. The left ventricular systolic function is normal, ejection fraction is 55 ...

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This is my echo cardiographs report please tell me what it means and what I should do. 1. Normal sized LV with Fair LV systolic function. LVEF = 50%. 2. NO RWMA 3. Reduced LV Compliance 4. Normal size ...

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artrial cavity is mildly dilated. What does this report mean and should I be concerned? I am male, 55 ...My transthoracic Echocardiogram study had the following concludions: Left Ventricular cavity ...

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Hello, I had an echocardiogram done on the 20th of last month and everything was normal except i .... What does this mean and can it be corrected? Is it anything to be concerned about? ...

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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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induced ischemia at a moderate work load. What does that mean ...i had an ECG and a echocardiogram done . The conclusion was positive for stress induced ischemia ...

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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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Just had an echocardiogram and results said: Mitral Valve : The mitral valve is normal in structure ... you explain what these things mean and if there is anything that I can do to improve them. Thank you ...

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doctor1 MD

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

doctor1 MD

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.

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.