I have recently taken my echo, and i have given my summary of echo report.
My history shows and i have pulmonary valve stenosis. I need some assistance in terms of how severe is this problem and can go for any mediation.
1.perimembranous venticular septal defect 1.1cm partially closed by septal tricuspid aneurysm
2.thickened and doming pulmonary value with severe ps(PVG -82mmghg) and Mild PR
3.Mildly dilated RV and RA
4.Mild TR and MR
5.No regional wall motion abnormality
7.No Clot/Vegetation/Pericardial effusion
8.Normal LV Systolic function
Kindly advice me how to proceed and what treatment should i undergo.
With a PVG of 84, the Pulmonary Stenosis would be classified as severe and may need a valve replacement. I would suggest discussing the situation and the management plan in detail with your treating cardiologist.
Hope this is helpful.
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