Writing to inquire whether anyone has experienced a misread MRI. I have been diagnosed with an anuersym ---ascending aorta (4.2) and have managed it quite weel over the past 2 years---no changes and vitals have been excellent. Speed walk daily, lights weights 3xwk. Just had my annual MRI this month, everything the same--valves etc all normal, except in this study the RV & LV were mildly dilated and the RA & LA were moderately dilated. I have no symptoms, will be seeing my cardiologist next week to compare last years and this years studies. My question is whether anyone has experienced results, particularly MRI, that were misread/misinterpreted.
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