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I had a nuclearNuclear ventriculography stressAcute respiratory distress syndrome
Broken bone
Exercise stress test
Fetal heart monitoring
Neonatal respiratory distress syndrome
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Stress and anxiety
Stress echocardiography
Stress formula with iron
Stress gastritis
Stress incontinence test and the dr said it was normal but he said  the echocardiogram report was slightly abnormal.
Listed here are the data and the values

Right ventricleUltrasound, normal fetus - ventricles of brain
Ultrasound, normal fetus- ventricles of brain no data listed
Interventriucular Septrum 0.9
LV PosteriorAnterior vaginal wall repair
Posterior fossa tumor
Posterior heart arteries
Posterior spinal anatomy
Skeleton (posterior view)
Spinal fusion
Vertebrobasilar circulatory disorders Wall 0.9
LV Internal Dimension
In Diastole 5.3
In Systole 3.4
Ejection Fraction 55-60%
Left Artium 2.8
AorticAbdominal aortic aneurysm
Aortic aneurysm
Aortic angiography
Aortic arch syndrome
Aortic dissection
Aortic insufficiency
Aortic rupture, chest x-ray
Aortic stenosis
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
Thoracic aortic aneurysm Root 3.4
Cusp. Sep. 20

They have me schedule for a heartCongenital heart disease
Cor pulmonale
Coronary heart disease
Cyanotic heart disease
Depression and heart disease
Heart attack
Heart attack first aid
Heart attack symptoms
Heart bypass surgery
Heart bypass surgery - series
Heart disease cath next week and I am wondering if it is really necessary. Please tell me your thoughts on these test results. Thanks!
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