Please help me understand this portion of my echocardiogram report.
Left Ventricle: The cavity size is normal. Wall thickness is normal. Systolic function is mildly to moderately reduced by the biplane method of disks. Th estimated ejection fraction is 39%. Regional wall motion abnormalities: Severe hypokinesis of the mid anteroseptal, basal-mid inferoseptal, and apical septal myocardium; moderate hypokinesis of the basal-mid anterior myocardium. Wall motion score: 1.35. Left ventricular diastolic function parameters are normal.
I'm a 34 yr. old male. My heart history includes three ablation procedures to ablate three different heart arrhythmias, including WPW, as well as open heart surgery to patch a hole between the left and right ventricles. All of these procedures took place when I was 18 years old, the time when these problems were discovered. Any help will be much appreciated, as my doctor was not helpful, and I don't know when I will get to see a cardiologist.