Atrial septal defect

What is Atrial septal defect?

An atrial septal defect is a hole in the dividing tissue called a septum between the right and left atria.

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My mother, aged 54 years, was recently diagnosed with Atrial Septal Defect(ASD) - 12mm hole. She hasn't been facing any severe...

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Your mother is having shortness of breath on exertion (climbing...

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i am a 51 year old female who has had what i called spells for almost 5 years when my heart felt like it suddenly started beating wildly and i...

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hello, my father is 63 years old and was newly diagnosd with atrial fib a few months ago. he has never had an evaluation and this was his first....

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Hello...I also thought strange advice... If he is having controlled ventricular rate on medication then no n problem... Only worry is about...

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