I have thickened tip of mitral valve leaflet with prolapse of the mitral valve leaflet to the left atrium during systole producing moderate mitral regurgitation with an EF of 34% and left atrial enlargement. There are normal coronary artery sizes. There is normal pulmonary artery pressure. Good left ventricular systolic function with an ejection fraction of 66% and a left-sided aortic arch. No pericardial effusion nor coarctation.
The conclusion of 2D echo procedure is rheumatic heart disease and mitral regurgitation. I have attached the copies of the report.
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Your echo report is showing that you have rheumatic heart disease with involvement of mitral valve.
There is a leak in mitral valve termed as mitral regurgitation.
Mitral regurgitation is quantified as mild, moderate, severe.
It is moderate in your case.
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