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Echocardiogram results

Background - 48 y/o active male - just lost last 15 lbs to  180@ 5-9' / I am a rower - just started competing this year / I thought I was fit  although when I exercise there are times I feel as though I should have more aerobic capacity / used to run distance in teens & early 20's & life took over & health moved away not smoking for 8 years now - reduced alcohol consumption & heading to overall better health - I thought until I was offed a series of ECHO tests -with these findings & I am planning on following up w/ cardiologist - but what does all this  mean? AmI to be mildly concerned - sort of concerned or very concerned?? Thank you

Results - Echocardiogram Screening Findings:
Abnormal echocardiogram screening. Mildly dilated left atrium. Left ventricular mild concentric hypertrophy. Mildly dilated aortic root. Mild aortic valve regurgitation. Trace tricuspid valve regurgitation. Calculated ejection fraction of 64%.
Left Ventricle                                            Mitral Valve
Internal dimension normal                          Regurgitation none
Wall thickness         normal                          Structure normal
Global wall motion normal                   Aortic Valve
Hypertrophy         concentric                   Regurgitation mild
   Diastolic function    normal                           Structure normal
  ejection fraction 64%                                  
                                                                      Pulmonic Valve
Right Ventricle                                        Regurgitation none
Internal dimension normal                        Structure normal

Left Atrium                                  Tricuspid Valve
Internal dimension mildly dilated                       Regurgitation trace
                                                                              Structure normal
Aortic Root mildly dilated                           


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