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My 2D echo and CT scan say IAS and IVS intact. What does it mean?

My 2D echo and CT scan say IAS and IVS intact. What does it mean?? Is it saying that I m healthy or not.
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There are 4 chambers of of the heart: 2 atria and 2 ventricles. IAS stands for interatrial septum and IVS stands for interventricular septum, which are the walls separating the atria and ventricles, respectively. In your case, they are intact, without defects, which is normal.
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