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Most chest pain in young people is not of cardiac origin, and if an ECG and Chest xray were normal, then that should ...
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A 4 mm atrial septal defect has a very good chance of closing on its own over time and is unlikely to require any int...
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Yes, this is fine.
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The reports suggest that the VSD is small and restrictive with no sign of high blood pressure in the lungs. This woul...
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It is a normal physiologic response for the heart rate to speed up at times of stress, fever, or illness and feeling ...
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A 6 x 8 mm secundum atrial septal defect is small to moderate in size for an adult. At your age, there is no chance ...
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From what I can see by this report, your child has a ventricular septal defect that is located in the wall just under...
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The absolute measurements of the blood vessels in children will always increase over time, as their body grows. As y...
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Specific recommendations regarding exercise participation in a child with aortic valve disease can only be made by yo...
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