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This term is applied to a condition where the tissue that connects the valve to the heart tissue may be looser (weaker). Generally benign (not to worry) but I would discuss it with your MD if your symptoms are worsening.
https://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Myxomatous_degeneration ...Read more
What is mild buckling of aml no myxomatous thickening seen? And trace mr? Every thing else is normal in reprt should I worry I am 22 male
Confusing abbreviati: Please do not use abbreviations...They can only mislead you and me. AML typically means, acute myeloid leukemia...A type of blood cancer. Is that what you are concerned about? In that case buckling of AML has no meaning to my mind. What is mr? . This does not fit it with aml...So it is all very confusing unless you spell out your problem more clearly. ...Read more
I am patientofmvp echocardiography report shows mild myxomatous thickening of mv with grade-1 prolapse of both leaflets with trivial mr is it serious
In my echo reprt it says mild buckling of anterior mitral leaflet, no myxomatous thickness seen. And also trace mitral regurgitation.
Common picture: This is a common description of what can be an unremarkable finding. Some cardiologists will interpret this as mild mitral valve prolapse, but the description actually sounds more like one of the common normal variants of mitral valve appearance on echocardiogram. This appearance frequently is associated with no future negative outcomes. Discuss with your physician. ...Read more
My echo showed a thickened mitral valve, myxomatous with no regurgitation. I am a 20 year old male. Should I be worried?
Can you have a long anterior leaflet without having marfans or a connective tissue disorder? Does it always mean myxomatous valve disease?
Birth defect: It's abnormal tissue composing the mitral valve from birth. Myxomatous tissue is thickened, exuberant, and stretches - thus doesn't provide proper support for the mitral valve which then "bows backward" under the force of cardiac contraction and "prolapses" (sticks its neck out) into the left atrium during systole (where it doesn't belong). It can lead to mitral regurgitation (leaking). ...Read more
Is Myxomatous of the mitral valve with minimal insuficiency, is this dangerous? What's the treatment? Os this related to anxietyand shortness of breath
Mitral valve: Myxomatosis mitral valve is fairly commonly diagnosed with the improvement of Eco technology. Inthe present of no or minimal regurgitation the risk is small. We do know valves degenerate and care should be taken to reassess the patient from time to time. Anxiety does not effect function and shortness of breath here is usually from some other cause ...Read more
This is an excellent article!
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pmc/articles/pmc2921508/. ...Read more
It depends: The common term to which you refer is a fibroid which are found in up to 70% of women depending on studies. If asymptomatic, as the majority are, they require no treatment. There are treatments that will decrease their size but to remove them requires surgery, either a myomectomy or hysterectomy depending upon the patient's wishes. Meds can control bleeding if that is the issue. ...Read more
4weeks scan said non gravid non myomatous uterus. Urine pregnancy is positive. Impression is mild endometrial decidual reaction. Wat does it mean pls.
Can I still get pregnant when I have myomatous uterus. And submucosal leiomyoma versus an endometrial polyp measuring approximately 1.1x1.5x1.1cm, an?
Fibroids: Many women get pregnant with fibroids. Only rarely do they cause significant fertility problems. Ask your doctor if you are a candidate for a sonohysterogram. This would allow visualization of the mouse to determine if it could easily be removed. Your age of 39 is a bigger risk factor for your fertility than a 1 cm fibroid. ...Read more
Can I still get pregnant? When I have myomatous uterus, submucosal leiomyoma versus an endometrial polyp measuring 1.1x1.5x1.1cm. Endometrial stripe
Anything is possible: Mother nature has always found a way around "obstructions", however it will certainly be more difficult to get pregnant. ...Read more
1/2/13 MRI - Myomatous Degeneration in uterus.1/15/13 Ultrasound Normal. 4/25/14 US Showed Uterus enlarged, Heterogeneous texture 128X40x80 no mass?
Fibroids - benign: Myomatous uterus is another term for fibroids which are very common benign growths. MRI is an excellent way for detecting them and the difference in US reports probably reflects difference in technique rather than something that is new. Key? Is whether symptoms such as increased bleeding, frequent urination, constipation, or pressure are present. If so, see OB/Gyn as a number of treatments exist. ...Read more