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Do both tricuspid valve stenosis and regurgitation result in hypertrophy in the right atrium?
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Dr. Claude Brachfeld
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Possibly
Tricuspid stenosis is more likely to cause hypertrophy (thickening) of the right ventricle, whereas tricuspid regurgitation is more likely to cause dilatation, where the chamber increases in volume without much thickening.

In brief: Possibly
Tricuspid stenosis is more likely to cause hypertrophy (thickening) of the right ventricle, whereas tricuspid regurgitation is more likely to cause dilatation, where the chamber increases in volume without much thickening.
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