What does subtle diastolic septal bounce indicate. Trace fluid in pericardium. Resting pulse 95-104. Winded walking 2 blocks. 3 months post window?

Septal bounce. The septal bounce is a paradoxical motion of the interventricular septum initially directed towards and then away from the left ventricle during diastole. Typically seen in constrictive pericarditis & cardiac tamponade due to ventricular interdependence, but can at times be seen in right ventricular dysfunction. Pericardial window was done presumably for drainage of accumulated pericardial fluid?