Does some leakage of heart valves show in everyones hert echo?

Depends. Trace to mild amount of leakage is considered normal in right heart valves. It is not uncommon to see trace amount of leakage on the left side in normal individuals. Leakage of the valves is also somewhat dynamic depending on pressures, can be seen at times but not all the time.
Insufficiency. Pulmonary and Tricuspid insufficiency are common. If this is what you mean by leakage.

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Dr. Says I have trace regurgitation in 3 heart valves. Only recommending yearly echos to check on it. Is this normal im otherwise healthy?

Just a trace. Trace regurgitation is usually nothing of immediate concern - it wouldn't cause any symptoms and may just be reflective of the way your valves open and close normally and thereby may never progress beyond trace. Yearly 2D echo is recommended to make sure trace regurgitation doesn't become mild, then moderate and then severe, but this doesn't always happen. Read more...

D dimer 0.93, found 4.5 taaw/ct angio/w/contrast, echo, mildthickening of left ventricle&atrium, slight regurgitation of all heart valves. Mean?

Need more info. Making a diagnosis is more than looking at numbers. It takes physical exam and knowing the medical history. The best person to give you the answer you seek is the cardiologist. Read more...
Depends. You certainly have heart and vascular disease. The question is whether you are having symptoms or not. Symptoms may need treatment. Most times risk factors can be addressed and these findings followed. If there is progression then treatment can be instituted. Make sure you see an appropriate specialist. Read more...

Would the heart ultrasound and angiogram CT scan I had show if I had coroided artery disease. Blocked heart valves or structural abnormalities?

Partly yes. An echocardiogram would not show carotid or coronary arteries directly; it would show the status of your valves and help rule out structural abnormalities. A ct angiogram could show coronary artery status but might not image high enough to show the carotid arteries. Read more...
No . Need formal carotid ultrasound or cta, to correctly evaluate these vessels. See radiologyinfo.Org. Read more...