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Nickname:  Roger F
Interpretation:  DCM with LV Diastolic Dysfunction

Nickname:  Eugene RDCS
Email:  genermc@ptd.net
Interpretation:  sclerotic aortic valve. Mitral valve, tricuspid valve, and pulmonic valve are normal . Severe global left ventricular systolic dysfunction estimated ejection fraction 20 to 25%. Mild right ventricular dysfunction. Moderate mitral regurgitation.mild tricuspid regurgitation. Cannot exclude apical thrombus.

Nickname:  Jeantwin
Email:  Jeantwin99@aol.com
Interpretation:  Apical LV thrombus, several reduced LV function . Moderately Severe MR. Regional wall motion abnormalities.

Nickname:  tapan
Email:  tapanchatterjee75@gmail.com
Interpretation:  DCM.Severe LV systolic dysfunction with LVEF is 25% .MR ,TR. Diastolic dysfunction. RV dysfunction.

Nickname:  tjpolsen
Interpretation:   anterior MI, trace to mild MR with minimal MVP,trace TR

Nickname:  Dorie
Interpretation:  Severely reduced LV function, moderate MR, DCM






 
   
 





   

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