Mitral stenosis

What is Mitral stenosis?

It is narrowing of mitral valve which is on left side of heart, allowing flow of blood from left atrium to left ventricle. Common cause for this condition is RHEUMATIC FEVER COMPLICATION.

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I just got out of the hospital at UW Madison Wisconsin and through all the testing they are hitting on that I definately have mitral stenosis,...

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hi i am looking for a answer about one patient who has history of mitral valve stenosis and repaired with prosthetic,h/o lacunar stroke,recently...

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Thanks for asking the question.
I am Dr Adil.

After going through the details of your question, i noticed that your patient has many...

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I HAD MY MEDICAL CHECK UP FEW WEEKS AGO.. I WAS SAID THT I HV CARDIAC MURMUR. I ALSO WENT FOR ECHO. IT REVEALS THT I HAVE MILD TACHYCARDIA AND PASP...

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Thanks for the query. How old are you? Your ECHO doesnt mention any murmur, do u have a mitral stenosis? Your PASP can be medically treated but if...

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