Published on May 26, 2018 and last reviewed on Sep 07, 2018 - 1 min read
Regurgitation is the backflow of the blood in the opposite direction due to improper closure of the heart valves. This article discusses why it occurs.
Regurgitation is the backflow of the blood in the opposite direction due to improper closure of the heart valves. There are four types depending on which of the valves are affected.
Why Does It Occur?
It occurs spontaneously in some, while in others there is a gradual onset.
Many people with a valve problem do not realize there is something wrong as they do not experience any symptoms if the problem is too mild. Those who do have symptoms experience the following.
Apart from symptoms that patient personally experiences, the doctor may look out for some typical signs such as:
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