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When the dr gets my heart echo images, do they typically include the audio I heard? If not, why not?
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Dr. Luis Villaplana
Internal Medicine
5 doctors agree
In brief: Sometimes
The audio adds very little info for your doctor.

In brief: Sometimes
The audio adds very little info for your doctor.
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Dr. Luis Villaplana
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Dr. Glenn Skow
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Not necessary
The audio is the blood flow through the various parts of the heart.
Measurements are made as to how well your heart is contracting and it will also demonstrate if you have abnormalities with your heart valves or flow across them. That is typically given in a very detailed report to your doctor. The audio would not typically provide any more information that is not already included in the report.

In brief: Not necessary
The audio is the blood flow through the various parts of the heart.
Measurements are made as to how well your heart is contracting and it will also demonstrate if you have abnormalities with your heart valves or flow across them. That is typically given in a very detailed report to your doctor. The audio would not typically provide any more information that is not already included in the report.
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