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Echo description, please give recomendations

Good day.
I was prompted to do ECHO and ECG due to a hart murmur diagnosed by my doctor.
Can you please comment on my valves state for the following measurements that I have:

Mitral valve regurgitation level 1.
Tricuspidal  valve regurgitation level 2.

2D measurements:
RVDd: 2.6cm; IVSd: 0.61cm; LVIDd: 4.3cm; LVIDs: 2.4cm; LVPWd: 0.82cm; FS: 44.7%; EDV: 83.3ml; ESV: 19.8ml; EF: 76.3%; LV mass(C)d: 91.6g; Ao root diam: 2.4cm; Ao root area: 4.5cm2; LA dimension: 3.3cm; TAPSE: 2.5cm; VCI Collapse: 46%; VCI diam exsp: 1.8cm; VCI diam insp: 0.97cm;

Doppler:
MV E max vel: 123.9cm/sec; MV A max vel: 71.1cm/sec; MV E/A: 1.7; MV dec time: 0.25sec; Ao V2 max: 171,6cm/sec; Ao max PG: 11.8 mmHg; Ao V2 mean: 103.9 cm/sec; Ao mean PG: 5.3 mmHG; Ao V2 VTI: 26.3cm; LV V1 max PG: 1.9 mmHg; LV V1 mean PG: 0.82 mmHg; LV V1 max: 69.5 cm/sec; LV V1 VTI: 8.6 cm; TR max vel 235.6 cm\sec; TR max PG: 22.2 mmHg; Med Peak E' Vel: 10.5 cm/sec; AoV doppler index: 0.33; TDI E/e': 11.8

For ECG:
Vent. rate 92 BPM; PR interval 130ms; QRS duration 92ms; QT/QTc 342/422 ms; P-R-T axes 84-89-66; BP 140/67;

Thanks.
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367994 tn?1304957193
As you can observe all that data requires many hours to analyze and cross reference the parameters.  Now the computer analyzes and prints any irregularities of an abnormal chamber dimension, valves, and any heart wall movement impairment.

The EKG uses measurement of electrical impulses as the impulses are conducted thru the heart tissues and it also produces a computerized report of any abnormalities.

QUOTE:Mitral valve regurgitation level 1.
Tricuspidal  valve regurgitation level 2

>>>>Level 1 indicates something less than 20% is the regurgitant fraction and the mitral valve separates the upper chamber (left atrium) that receives blood from lungs and the one-way valve opens to pass blood into the lower chamber to be pumped into circulation...the regurgation is the back flow of blood into the upper chamber.

The tricuspid valve is the one-way blood flow from the right atrium to the right ventricle to be pumped to the lungs for oxygenation.  Level 2 represents 20 to 40 regurgitand fraction.

Often there is no progression and no symptoms until level 3 and 4 and then there may be shortness of breath, chest pain, etc.

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