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2- D echo report

Below are my father's 2- D echo results, can any one please tell me how are the results?

Mitral Valve                         :Normal
Tricuspid Valve                    :Normal
Pulmonary Valve                 :Normal
Aortic Valve                         :Normal
Left Atrium                         : 4.12 cms

Left Ventricle:                                      IVSD:1.3 cms        LVPWD:1.25 cms
                                                               EDD : 4.92 cms       EF:68 %
                                                               ESD  : 3.6 cms        
RWMA                                  : Inferior wall Hypokinetic
RIGHT ATRIUM                : Normal
RIGHT VENTRICLE        :  Normal
Aorta                                    :  3.01 cms
IAS                                        : Normal
IVS                                        : Intact
Pulmonary Artery               : Normal
Pericardium                         : Normal
SVC,IVC                              : Normal
Pulmonary Veins                 : Normal
Intracardiac Masses            : Normal

Doppler:                                           MV  : E:0.72 m/sec A : 0.62 m/sec EDT :142 m/sec
                                                          AJV : 1.30 m/sec PJV : 0.98 m/sec PAT: 126 m/sec

Colour Flow Imaging : No MR/AR / PR/TR

Conclusions                 :CAD
                                       RMWA +
                                       Fair LV Function
                                       No Pericardial Effusion
                                       Mild LV Clot
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Hi there!

The repost is mostly fine except for a small area of possible infarction along the lower right wall of the hear and a small clot in the left ventriclet. I would suggest discussing the report and the situation in detail with his treating cardiologist.
Hope this is helpful.

Take care!
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