randy what was the reason the DR. did a stress on you?
Your results are normal. There is really no borderline MVP. Either it crosses the plane of the mitral valve annulus or it doesnt. There may be flattening. Mild mitral regurgitation is normal and will never bother you until you die. These valves are made of tissue and with imaging nowadays 90% of the population you can find a leaky valve, *if you cant as the joke goes, you arent looking hard enough*
The other results are completely within normal limits as well. Meaning the plumbing of your heart is good. There is no inducible ischemia is a funny way of saying you are normal within the limits of the test.
From what you have stated, there is absolutely no red flags going off. Now, have people passed stress tests and had heart attacks, the answer is yes. So, they like to say, we did not induce a problem with exercise.
Its sorta a cover your arse type of business nowadays. But via the internet, your tests are what I'd like at your age, which is nothing
Pointman - The stress test was part of a routine physical. I guess because I hadn't had one in over 20+ years. But, no idea why the cardiolite. The ECG was because of something the Dr. saw in my EKG, I believe the enlarged LV. He knows I'm a runner, so he thought it was probably a normal variant that you typically see in well conditioned athletes, but he wanted to be safe rather than sorry. EchoJames - Thanks for the input. It does make me a little less concerned. I should now be able to wait for the Dr. to return without having a heart attack from the worry. Now wouldn't that be an irony! Thanks for your input.
i had them done, u are looking good, dont worry....but clearly there is a reason why racing heart, mine started to. I formed high blood pressure with in 6 months of the racing heart. I am 34 i dont drink, but i am fat. anyway one thing it could be is SVT, but a treadmeal stress test usally shows this, if you had the type of stress test that they scanned ur heart right after u jumped off the tread meal ....this where they find SVT...