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How concerned should I be with an aortic valve area of 1.09 and mild left ventricular hypertrophy, left axis deviation and t wave abnormality?

Sounds like . You have moderate to severe aortic valve stenosis. You need to see a cardiologist who can determine other parameters of severity, such as pressure gradient across the valve and velocity of blood flow through the valve. If you have symptoms of fainting or congestive heart failure, it is more serious. Sometimes, the valve can be replaced without chest surgery. Read more...

Mother 83 yrs has gd IV mitral & tricuspid regurg gr III aortic regurg conc left ventricular hypertrophy, mild pulmon hyper ef 57% rest is ok advice?

Symptoms. The level of exertion is often dictated by symptoms. Rest is ok, but staying active may help her be more in tune with her body and may allow her to recognize when she is starting to get worse. I always encourage my patients to stay as active as appropriate. Read more...
Cardiologist . Please refer the patient to a clinical cardiologist for optimal treatment . Read more...
Serious. Agree with Dr.Torres. Your mom has very serious multivavular disease that must be followed by a cardiologist. Even with a decent LV ejection fraction the burden on her myocardium is severe. I assume she has cardiopulmonary symptoms and may need valvular repairs or replacement at this time. The timing of when to do these procedures is quite tricky and requires skilled specialists' assessment. . Read more...