Posted By KB on May 28, 1999 at 12:21:05
I have no insurance and will have to pay for everything myself. I think I probably should get the echocardiogram, in case I have serious regurgutation. For that matter, how much does it cost if you have to get your MV replaced?
Posted By CCF CARDIO MD - CRC on May 28, 1999 at 13:42:14
I don't know exactly but a standard echocardiogram is probably between $200 and $400. Surgery can cost thousands of dollars. Why do you think you need an echo?
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How much does an echocardiogram cost? KB 5/28/1999
Re: How much does an echocardiogram cost? CCF CARDIO MD - CRC 5/29/1999
How much does an echocardiogram cost? KB 5/29/1999
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