My husband went to a cardiologist office after a bout of severe tachycardia after which he does not feel well. A 2d echo was performed and was unremarkable as they told us. I would like your opinion on the echo values, given the the cardiologist admitted not checking on them well relying only on the cardiac technician criteria
Here I include the links to every page of the report even of a cardiac spect I really appreciate any help, thanks
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Without being able to see the live, moving pictures of the echo I can not comment conclusively. However, on the basis of the still pictures that you sent and the echo report, the echo looks about as normal as it can get.
And the same goes for the SPECT.
Most important thing is to find a cardiologist who you feel comfortable with and can trust. So critical. This will give you incredible peace of mind that when he/she tells you someting, you can believe it.
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