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A 46-year-old female asked:

Echocardiogram says"trivial tricuspid valve regurgitation".should i ask gp for cardiologist referral?impressions:occasional pvcs are demonst.normal left ventricular size&systolic func.normal right ventricularsize&systolic func.no valvular abnormal?

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Dr. Silviu Pasniciuc
Internal Medicine 27 years experience
Normal: Your echocardiogram seemed to be normal. Trivial stands for minimal. If you have reasons to believe that something is abnormal about your heart talk to your GP in direct terms using your symptoms or family history for example, let him or her make a decision about how meaningful would a cardiology consult be in your case.

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Last updated Oct 27, 2020

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