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Mitral Valve Disease
Diseases of the mitral tongue such as mitral stenosis Leaky mitral tongue mitral tongue Tongue stenosis is caused by stenosis of the tongue due to the adhesion of tartar or tongue causing the tongue to be unable to open fully. The leaky tongue is caused by the tongue not closing properly. So the blood will return to the upper chamber. The valve is 1 or 2 going to the upper chamber. The ventral valve is the valve that is born from childhood. and complications such as endocarditis and severe MVR can occur.
It depends on the limestone that sticks to the heart valves. Rheumatic fever is one of the leading causes of mitral valve stenosis and causes of leaky valves, such as rheumatic fever, high blood pressure endocarditis, coronary artery disease, and coronary artery disease. incomplete heart chambers As for the mitral tongue, the cause is unknown.
Tongue stenosis is characterized by shortness of breath, fatigue, irregular heartbeat, chest tightness. Some leaky valves are asymptomatic but may be accompanied by shortness of breath, especially after exercise, palpitations, palpitations, swollen feet, abnormal heart sounds, or a murmur. People with mitral palate usually have no symptoms. But some will come with palpitations, dizziness, shortness of breath, anxiety, numbness at the fingertips.
fFrom the history taking, physical examination, ECHO examination, X-ray of the lungs, ECG, Cardiac catheterization. Only when having surgery The mitral tongue can be found accidentally on a general examination.
Examination if there is a slight stenosis of the tongue and a leaky tongue. should follow up with a doctor Valve stenosis requires diuretics, beta-blockers, or calcium channel blockers. Surgery such as percutaneous mitral balloon valvotomy, valvotomy, and mitral valve replacement is performed when the condition is severe. A leaky heart valve is tightened by repairing or inserting a prosthesis. Surgery can continue until the left ventricle is inoperable.
Things to do
Blood pressure and cholesterol levels should be controlled. Eat a low-fat, low-sodium, low-cholesterol diet to lose weight.
You should exercise regularly.
You should see your doctor regularly by appointment.