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Left Ventricular Dysfunction and Aortic Stenosis

6 years. Her first echocardiogram showed mild to moderate LV dysfunction with regional wall motion abnormality. The second echocardiogram ...

Ischemic Heart Disease

as to proceed with cardiac catheterization. The fall in LV ejection fraction with exercise suggests that there is indeed a significant coronary obstruction which results in LV dysfunction at peak exertion. 2. A complete fasting lipid profile ...

End Stage Renal Disease

LVH , normal aortic root and ascending aorta; normal LV,LA and RV size; normal LV systolic function with posterior wall hypokinesis; diastolic LV dysfunction: calcified mitral annulus , calcified aortic valve, mild aortic ...

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