Hi few days back I posted a question in CHF Forum about my dad (Indian, 62 years) regarding the abnormal value of LVEDD. Today there is a new echo done which gives very different result as his LVEDDseems almost OK. However, this echo shows signs of mild Aortic regurgitation/insufficiency. Can anybody share anything similar? can you give me some idea what to do for tratment. He is a CHF patient and probably not fit for a surgery now.
Will be thankful to have some responses
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