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In addition to mild hypokinesis of the left ventricle when ejection fraction is 48% and left atrium is moderately dilated, what could that indicate?

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Dr. Christian Assad
Internal Medicine - Cardiology

In brief: EF

What this means is that there is a region of your heart that is not moving properly.
This likely secondary to impaired irrigation from a possible stenosis vessel. Depending on the reason you could have diastolic/systolic dysfunction. Giving the dilated atrium. You should likely be on bblockers, acei, Aspirin,

In brief: EF

What this means is that there is a region of your heart that is not moving properly.
This likely secondary to impaired irrigation from a possible stenosis vessel. Depending on the reason you could have diastolic/systolic dysfunction. Giving the dilated atrium. You should likely be on bblockers, acei, Aspirin,
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