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My 2d echo report says the following findings up to what way they are normal

Mitral valve    : Normal
Aortic valve.   : Sclerosis
Tricuspid valve : Normal
Pulmonary valve : Normal
LV.             : Normal
IVSD : 1.0cm.   LVIDd : 4.7cm
PWD. : 1.0cm.   LVISDs :2.7cm
EF : 68%    FS : 34%
RWMA : NO
LA  : 3.8cm.    AO : 2.6cm
RA. : Normal.   RV : Normal
Pericardium : NO PE
DOPPLER STUDY
MITRAL FLOW : E:0.6  A:1.0
AORTIC FLOW : 1.3 m/s
PULMONARY FLOW : 0.9 m/s
TRICUPSID FLOW : 3.0
PA : NORMAL.
IAS:INTACT
IVS:INTACT
RVSP: 42mmhg


IMPRESSION
SCLEROSIS AORTIC VALVE
CONCENTIC LVH+
NO LV, RWMA
GOOD LV / RV FUNCTION
GRADE ILV DIASTOLIC DYSFUNCTION
NO PE/ NO CLOT
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Hello and welcome to the forum. Thanks so much for your question.  When do you follow up with your doctor to go over these findings? They will provide you with the best information.  With regards to the results, there is much good news!  Your results mostly fall within normal.  This is an older post that has some reference numbers for you to compare:  https://www.medhelp.org/posts/Heart-Disease/Echo-Results/show/252333  Sclerosis of the Aortic valve will most often not result in heart disease. If the valve becomes severely narrowed, a valve replacement will be performed.  I would ask your doctor about this and the diastolic dysfunction.  It is unclear from the info you have provided what that is trying to tell us.  

When do you meet with your doctor next?
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For imaging reports, you can skip to the impression for the summary/key findings.
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Aortic valve sclerosis refers to thickening and calcification of the aortic valve without overt obstruction of flow of blood, although this may lead to aortic stenosis.

Concentric left ventricular hypertrophy refers to increased relative wall thickness and mass of the left ventricle, the chamber of your heart which pumps blood out of the heart to the rest of the body other than the lungs. This condition can be caused by chronically increased workload on the heart, such as chronic hypertension or aortic stenosis.

Diastolic dysfunction is a cardiac condition caused by a stiffening of the ventricles, which restricts the heart's ability to fill up with blood in between heart beats.
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I see your Hypertensive, with E -A Reversal showing some dysfunction and you have cholesterol also but it comes with age how old are you? It’s not a bad report no enlargements your EF is good
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