Where does blood go after the mitral valve?

Mitral valve . After crossing the mitral valve blood flows into the left ventricle and then pushed across the aortic valve into the aorta and to the systemic circulation.
Lef t Ventricle. Blood that is carrying oxygen returns from the lungs to the left atrium. From there it crosses the mitral valve to the left ventricle. The blood is then pumped across the aortic valve to the body.

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Where does blood go after it goes to the mitral valve?

Left ventricle. It passes from the left atrium through the mitral valve and into the left ventricle from which it is pumped out to the body. Read more...
Mitral valve. Blood flows through the mitral valve into the left ventricular cavity. As systole raises pressure the mitral valve closes and the aortic valve opens and blood is pumped into the aorta and out to the body. Read more...

High blood pressure after mitral valve repair? Am I safe?

High BP is not safe. I'm not sure if i understand your question correctly but high blood pressure needs to be controlled. You should review your active medications with your cardiologist and have your blood pressure monitored regularly. Read more...

Mitral valve stenosis causes blood to leak back to where when ventricles contract?

No. Mitral stenosis reduces the amount of blood filling the left ventricle. The mitral valve is the valve between the left atrium and left ventricle. The left atrium is responsible for filling the left ventricle. Read more...

Can traces of regrutation of mitral valve, triscupid, and pulmonic cause blood clots and arrthythmias with symptoms, such as chest discomfort, etc?

Radiologist answer. "Trace" regurge of any heart valve is not expected to be clinically significant, until it gets worse. Large clots in the heart are seen on routine echocardiography (see picture). Smaller ones are investigated by endoscopic echo (a probe is placed in the esophagus for better detail). Causes for chest discomfort and arrhythmias are many and should be looked for by a cardiologist. Read more...