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Does a doctor have to report finding moderate tricuspid regurgitation from an ecg?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
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In brief: Won't be evident

Tricuspid regurgitation can be evident on a physical examination if the murmur is heard or on an echocardiogram.
It is not determined by an ekg.The ekg may have some findings that would suggest such a problem.

In brief: Won't be evident

Tricuspid regurgitation can be evident on a physical examination if the murmur is heard or on an echocardiogram.
It is not determined by an ekg.The ekg may have some findings that would suggest such a problem.
Dr. James Ferguson
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Dr. Joseph Shen
Cardiology - Cardiac Electrophysiology

In brief: No, not really.

He needs an echo or a good ears using his stethoscope!

In brief: No, not really.

He needs an echo or a good ears using his stethoscope!
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