Is it possible to have valve surgery even if presented mild MR to treat pulmonary HTN To prevent further complications?

Valve surgery. Some left heart valve problems can cause damage to the lung circulation and right side of the heart (such as pulmonary hypertension.) Mild mitral valve disease would be very unlikely to cause this. Consultation with a cardiologist or pulmonologist experienced at treating pulmonary hypertension should define your options. .

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Is it possible to have valve surgery even if presented mild MR to treat moderate pulmonary HTN To prevent further complications?

Unless underestimate. If MR is truly mild, there is no indication for valve surgery. If there is any question of a potential underestimate of the MR (ex. the left atrium looks unusually big, the MR jet is eccentric), then a transesophageal echocardiogram is needed to more clearly assess the MR. https://professional.heart.org/idc/groups/ahamah-public/@wcm/@sop/@smd/documents/downloadable/ucm_462851.pdf. Read more...

How can the pulmonary HTN be treatable if there is 3 mild leaking valves? What is the rate of progression? &aftr3months of last test what can be shown?

It is unlikely that. mild regurgitant valves will contribute significantly to the diagnosis of pulmonary hypertension. Marked or severe regurgitation could. There may be a primary pulmonary hypertension issue that needs evaluated especially at such very young age. I think you should get a second opinion from a pulmonary specialist before assuming you have this diagnosis. Read more...