Is there cure for a right heart failure and enlargement of the heart disease?

Right heart failure. Unfortunately there is no cure but it can be contained or controlled with appropriate medications. Right heart failure typically has dependent edema, liver enlargement and increased jugular venous pulsations.

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What is right heart failure?

4 chambers. In the normal heart, the right side pumps blood to the lungs and the left side pumps blood to the body. Causes of right heart failure may be COPD from smoking, or pulmonary stenosis. Read more...
Edema. Blood flows from the veins to be right heart, to the lungs, to the left heart, and back out to the body. When a part of the heart is not functioning, blood backstop behind the nonfunctioning segment increasing pressure. When the right heart is not working, blood backstop behind the right heart increasing pressure in the veins. This causes venous fluid to drain into the surrounding tissue. Read more...

How serious is right heart failure for you at 63?

Heart failure. Generally associated with lung disease can result in edema or leg swelling. Can be successfully treated with medication including diuretics. Read more...