Thank you doctor,
I do not understand why the cardiologist requested for 2D Echo and treadmill test when I showed my son's ECG? Could you please help me by explaining these results from the tests? I would really appreciate it.
ECG - Normal sinus rhythm with sinus arrhythmia. Complete right bundle branch block.
2D Echo conclusion:
Normal left ventricular dimensions with normal contractility and systolic function.
Thickened and prolapsed anterior mitral valve with mild mitral regurgitation.
Mild tricuspid regurgitation.
Normal pulmonary artery pressure with pulmonic regurgitation.
Treadmill test (TMT) interpretation:
Symptoms - limited treadmill exercise test is maximal and negative for exercise-induced ischemia at 10.9 METS.
BP response to exercise is physiologic.
Exercise capacity is average.