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Paitent PBS report is normocytic mild hypochromic anemia with mild leukocytosis and mild yhrombocytosis. platelets are mild increasesd 5.72 lac/cumm?
Check your iron: This implies that you may have an iron deficiency and that you've had blood loss. Your body will be able to make new blood cells but I may need iron to make hemoglobin. You may need an iron supplement. Leukocytosis and thrombocytosis often accompanied the iron deficiency anemia.of course other causes should be considered. ...Read more
F age 60
right side paralyzed.
mild senule calcific artic scleros with mild ar.
Mild lv systolic dysfunction.
Mild generalized hypokiensia
ECHO report....: Echo report consistant with possible embolic stroke. Ekg would be helpful. Mom may need coumadin, (warfarin) but in the early stages of the stroke, heparin. There is a large risk of bleeding, so that is why they need to monitor her carefully. No veggitation on the valves, so no sbe. She might have thrown a clot. No evidence of paradoxical emboli either. ...Read more
What should I do? My echocardiagram shows mild mitral regurgitation, mild diastolic dysfunction, mild tricuspid regurgitation and mild pulmonary hypertension
What is meaning of mild elvation in alpha2 and mild irregularity and mild polycolynol hypergammaina?
Probably nothing: The alpha2 & polyclonal gammopathy i understand; don't know what's meant by irregularity. Especially if this was not obtained when you were in your usual state of health, these aren't cause for concern. Maybe you were fighting a virus or something. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Valve issue: There is a valve that separates the right side of your heart from the artery leading to your lungs. It's called the pulmonic valve. It should allow blood to flow towards your lungs but not back towards the right heart. Regurgitation means a small amount of blood moves backwards across the valve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mother in law suffering from severe global hupokinesia of LV, Severe LV systolic dysfunction, Moderate mitral regurgitation, Mild Aortic reg,sv PAH?
Heart Failure: Unfortunately it appears that your mother in law is suffering from advanced congestive heart failure and needs aggressive medical treatment and follow up beyond the scope of this forum. A dedicated heart failure program in your area at an academic hospital is a good place to start. Good luck!! ...Read more
24 female w mild mr mild tr, anterior mvp and 65% EF. And trivial pulmonary insufficiency. No pulmonary hypertension seen. Worried?
My dad is suffering from copd, dilated cardiomyopathy, pulmunary edema , global hypokinesis of lv, severe lv dysfunction, lvef of 25%, moderate to sev?
Normal finding: The mitral and tricuspid valves are the valves between the upper and lower chambers of the heart. When the heart contracts a tiny amount of blood may go backwards through the valves. This is called physiological regurgitation and is normal. When it becomes significantly more it may cause symptoms. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Iam having mild mvp with mild regurgitation. Whats the chances of increasing regurgitation in me.
True MVP...: Occurs in less than 3% of the population and most people have no symptoms, don't need treatment and are able to lead normal, active lives. A trivial degree of regurgitation occurs in even normal valves under certain circumstances. Not all valves with prolapse have regurgitation and not all valves that regurgitate have prolapse. Regurgitation can occur overtime and should be watched for with echo. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Mild means that. Chronic means present a long time. Cholecystitis means inflammation of the gallbladder. Put together would indicate long standing irritation from gallstones. If there are no gallstones then could be a minimal finding of slight gallbladder irritation from pathology. It is benign. ...Read more
Kidney dysfunction: It depends on the cause of the kidney dysfunction. If its due to medications, dehydration or another reversible cause, then yes, it can often reverse. If its due to chronic scaring of the kidneys from hypertension, diabetes or glomerulonephritis (inflammation of the filtering part of the kidneys), then it is often a chronic non-reversible condition. ...Read more
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