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echo results
Below are my echo results.  Starred numbers are ones that were out of the normal range. This was done for SOB, fatigue, weight gain, and chronic dry cough. I am 19, 5'3'' 180lbs

2D Measurements
Ascending aorta   23mm
Abdominal aorta diameter at diaphragm   16mm*
Left Atrium
Superior –inferior dimension (Apical 4C)   43mm
Pulmonary Artery
Main pulmonary artery dimension   1.8cm
Right Atrium
Estimated central venous pressure   5mmHg
Systemic Veins
Proximal IVC   12mm

M-mode Measurements
Left Ventricle
End diastolic dimension   48mm
End systolic dimension   26mm
Fractional shortening   46%
End diastolic septal thickness   9mm
End diastolic posterior wall thickness   9mm
Ventricular mass   146.8g
Ventricular mass index   78.5g/m²
Left Atrium
Maximal systolic dimension   35mm
Right Ventricle
End diastolic dimension   18mm

Doppler Measurements
Left Ventricle
Tissue Doppler
LV Ea (lat annulus)   16.1cm/sec
LV E/Ea (lat annulus)   5.1
LV Aa (lat annulus)   12.9cm/sec
LV Sa (lat annulus)   6.1cm/sec
LVOT, AV, Aorta
LVOT diameter   2.1cm
LVOT max velocity   88cm/sec
LVOT VTI   19cm
R-R interval   775mms
Heart rate   77bpm
Stroke volume (LVOT)   64ml
Cardiac output (LVOT) 5L/min
Cardiac index (LVOT) 2.7L/min/m² *
Peak aortic valve velocity   115cm/sec
Peak aortic valve gradient   5mmHg
AV obstruct index (Vmax)   0.77
Mitral Valve
Peak E velocity   82.7cm/sec
Peak A velocity   63.4cm/sec
Peak E/A ratio   1.3
Early diastolic deceleration time   235msec
Peak gradient   3mmHg
LA, Pulm. Veins
Peak systolic velocity   59.5cm/sec
Peak diastolic velocity   61.1cm/sec
Peak S/D ratio   0.97
Peak A wave reversal velocity  33.2cm/sec *
A wave velocity duration   110msec
Right Ventricle
Tricuspid regurgitant velocity   178cm/sec
Estimated RV systolic pressure   18mmHg
PV peak velocity   124cm/sec *
PV peak gradient   6mmHg
Pulmonary artery systolic pressure   18mmHg
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This looks normal to me but you should talk to the cardiologist who interpreted the study.
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