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Cardiomegaly With Pulmonary Congestion
24 female w mild mr mild tr, anterior mvp and 65% EF. And trivial pulmonary insufficiency. No pulmonary hypertension seen. Worried?
I have mitral valve regurgitation with tricuspid regurgitation with mild pulmonary hypertension and dystolic disfunction. Should i be worried?
Maybe -- it depends: Valve regurgitation becomes a serious problem when it is severe, and at that point it might require surgery. If the valve regurgitation is only mild or moderate, it can be followed by your physician. It sounds as though with your conditions, maintaining excellent blood pressure control will be very important. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Only when the pulmonary hypertension causes the right ventricle to dilate (enlarge) does heart failure occur. This type of failure may affect the right side of the heart causing increased leg swelling, fluid buildup in the abdomen and elevation of liver enzymes. If the swelling of the right heart becomes severe it can affect the function of the left side of the heart and cause pulmonary edema. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Patient 75 yrs hypertensive diabetic with coarse crepitation and bilateral lower limb oedema
X_RAY cardiomegaly with congestion?
Asthma and mild mitral and pulmonic regurgitation, are the same?Or the mild mitral and pulmonic regurgitation manifest, bec of regular asthma attack
Not quite: The cardiac problems that you describe are usually trivial findings on an echocardiogram. But, academically, pulmonic regurgitation (usually accompanied by tricuspid) may be caused by uncontrolled asthma, and mitral regurgitation may worsen asthma. Talk to your doctor! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not really...: Coughing blood, called hemoptysis, is a serious symptom which always requires an evaluation by a doctor. Possible causes include bronchitis, which is the usual reason for hemoptysis, but malignancy can also cause hemoptysis which is why an evaluation asap is crucial. If you are also short of breath, go to the nearest er today! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mild PH: Pulmonary hypertension (ph) is often first detected by echocardiogram which estimates the pulmonary artery systolic pressure. The diagnosis is confirmed by right heart catheterization which measures mean pulmonary artery pressure and resistance. I don't know which pressure you are referencing. Nonetheless, you need to discuss the significance with your physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mildly enlarged left atrium
Mild aortic insufficiency
Mild mitral regurgitation
pulmonary hypertension tricuspid regurgitation how serious is it?
Echo: Sounds mild to me. Discuss with your team. ...Read more
My dad was diagnose with 5cm pulmonary mass with obstructive atelactasis,, with multiple right hilar nodes and minimal pleural effusion.. Would go un?
Lung Cancer till...: proven otherwise. You need to see pulmonologist immediately ...Read more
Trace mitral and pulmonic regurgitation
Mild concentric LVH. Normal LV systolic function.
Mild tricuspid regurgitation with mild pulmonary hypertens?
My mother has ovarian cancer, c. diff., pulmonary vascular congestion, bibasilar pleural effusions and cardiomegaly. Is prognosis days, weeks, etc.?
Poor, but...: Clinically & obviously, sorry to say your mom's life expectancy would be not long, but how long specifically is beyond someone online can suggest. In fact, asking her attending doc would be most decent to get pertinent answer since s/he know more about her than anyone online. Best... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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