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5518618 tn?1369141696

2-D echo report..please need assistance ASAP

Below are my Dad's 2-D echo report results..let me know how are they?

Mitral Valve                         :Normal
Tricuspid Valve                    :Normal
Pulmonary Valve                 :Normal
Aortic Valve                         :Normal
Left Atrium                         : 4.12 cms

Left Ventricle:                                      IVSD:1.3 cms        LVPWD:1.25 cms
                                                               EDD : 4.92 cms       EF:48 %
                                                               ESD  : 3.6 cms        
RWMA                                  : Inferior wall Hypokinetic
RIGHT ATRIUM                : Normal
RIGHT VENTRICLE        :  Normal
Aorta                                    :  3.01 cms
IAS                                        : Normal
IVS                                        : Intact
Pulmonary Artery               : Normal
Pericardium                         : Normal
SVC,IVC                              : Normal
Pulmonary Veins                 : Normal
Intracardiac Masses            : Normal

Doppler:                                           MV  : E:0.72 m/sec A : 0.62 m/sec EDT :142 m/sec
                                                          AJV : 1.30 m/sec PJV : 0.98 m/sec PAT: 126 m/sec

Colour Flow Imaging : No MR/AR / PR/TR

Conclusions                 :CAD
                                       RMWA +
                                       Fair LV Function
                                       No Pericardial Effusion
                                       Mild LV Clot
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5518618 tn?1369141696
Anyone please reply to the post???
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Hello and hope you are doing well.

The report shows evidence of coronary artery disease. Did he have myocardial infarction? The damage can cause hypokinesis or diminished movement of the walls of the heart affected. As a result of this the ejection fraction is also diminished, its at 48%. The ejection fraction is a useful measure of left ventricular performance. The normal range is 63-77% for males and 55-75% for females. It reflects the pumping capacity of the heart.

Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
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