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Even this challenging situation would ease
These days the ASK EXPERT questions are cleared very fast. If they stopped it means there may be some doubts. Please look into pending items. It may give you some Idea.
Beware! I question everything and everybody.
The issues would be
1.on ISC experts would be rectulant to give opinions on cardiology or ECHO reports
2. Such reports should be given by qualified cardiologist or qualified internal medicine specialists who have expereince in interpreting such figures given.
3.Even with face to face real consultations, there would a difference of opinion from one cardiologist to another.
4.ECHO reports throw up findings like trivial TR (tricuspid valve regurgitation). EF 65% ( ejection fraction 65%). These are things that cannot be interpreted without assessing the patient. For instance EF of 50% would be sufficient for a elderly senior citizen, whose mobility is restricted to a 50-100 yards around home, a visit to a temple etc. The same would have a totally opposite implication on an athlete or a 35 year old man or woman.
5. Even a trained cardiologist would be guarded in interpreting these results just by seeing the figures.
6. IF this query comes we would give a general explanation and request you to see a qualified expert.
These are my views for the editors or ATE section, members and people who would need clarifications.
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I have approved the question now - http://www.indiastudychannel.com/experts/44154-Please-analyse-this-echo-test-report-Conclusion.aspx
As ME has suggested you should provide the Url of the post so that necessary action would be taken. I had to verify the question in the 'New submissions' category and complete the Editing process out of turn. Further, I don't know how far it would be helpful to you seeking advice or evaluation of the Medical report but I suggest you to believe the visiting Doctor, otherwise varied opinions in Forum would make you more confused.
Honesty is the best policy.