History of pericarditis.
Primary rhythm: sinus.
Height: 165.10 cm BSA: 1.94 m²
Weight: 81.65 kg BMI: 30.0 kg/m²Heart
rate 70 bpm
Blood pressure 105/56 mmHgColor Doppler was utilized to interrogate the cardiac valves assessed and spectral
Doppler was utilized to determine the flow velocities and pressure gradients
reported in this exam. Myocardial strain analysis was performed in this exam to
aid in the assessment of cardiac function.MEASUREMENTS:
Value Indexed Normal
Max aortic dimension 2.9 cm 1.50 cm/m²
um diameter 3.7 cm (M-Mode)
Left atrial volume 54 ml (biplane A-L) 28 ml/m² LAVi <= 34
LV ID (diastole) 4.4 cm (2D)
LV ID (systole) 3.2 cm (2D)
IVS, leaflet tips 0.7 cm (2D)
Posterior wall thickness 0.5 cm (2D)
Left ventricular mass 75 g (2D) 39 g/m²
Global peak long strain -21.8 %
LV stroke volume 58 ml (2D biplane)
LV end diastolic volume 99 ml (2D biplane) 51.3 ml/m² 29<=EDVi<62
LV end systolic volume 41 ml (2D biplane) 21.3 ml/m²
Ejection Fraction 59 % (2D biplane) EF > 54FINDINGS:LEFT VENTRICLE
The left ventricle is normal in size.
Left ventricular systolic function is normal. Global LV myocardial strain is
Normal left ventricular diastolic function.
Mitral annular lateral E/e': 5.8. Mitral annular septal E/e': 6.7.
Respiratory Variation Expiration Inspiration % Difference
MV Peak E 87.0 cm/s 79.0 cm/s 9.2 %
TV Peak E
42.0 cm/s 56.0 cm/s -33.3 %Wall Motion:
All scored segments are normal.RIGHT VENTRICLE
The right ventricle is normal in size.
Right ventricular systolic function is normal. RV systolic tissue Doppler velocity
is 15.0 cm/s. Tricuspid annular displacement is 2.7 cm.
Estimated right ventricular systolic pressure is likely underestimated due to a
weak or incomplete tricuspid regurgitation signal and is, at least, 20 mmHg
consistent with normal pulmonary artery pressures. Estimated right atrial pressure
is 5 mmHg.LEFT ATRIUM
The left atrial cavity is normal in size.Pulmonary Veins:
The pulmonary venous pattern showed normal systolic flow.RIGHT ATRIUM
The right atrial cavity is normal in size.
Inferior Vena Cava:
The inferior vena cava appears normal. The vessel decreases greater than 50
percent with inspiration.MITRAL VALVE
The mitral valve leaflets are structurally normal. There is trivial mitral valve
regurgitation. The pressur
e half time is 51 msec. The peak mitral E/A ratio is
1.23. The average mitral E/e' ratio is 6.2. The mitral flow deceleration time is
176 msec.TRICUSPID VALVE
The tricuspid valve leaflets are structurally normal. There is trivial tricuspid
valve regurgitation.AORTIC VALVE
The aortic valve cusps are structurally normal. There is no aortic valve stenosis.
There is no aortic valve regurgitation. Tricuspid aortic valve. There is no
thickening. There is no calcification.PULMONIC VALVE
The pulmonic valve cusps are structurally normal. There is mild (1+) pulmonic
valve regurgitation. The peak gradient is 4 mmHg.AORTA
The visualized aorta is normal in size.
Measurements - Sinus 2.6 cm. Sinotubular junction 2.7 cm. Mid ascending aorta 2.9
The pulmonary arteries are unseen or not interrogated. The main pulmonary artery
diameter is 1.5 cm (diastolic).INTERATRIAL SEPTUM
The interatrial septum is normal.INTERVENTRICULAR
There is a diastolic bounce of the interventricular septum.PERICARDIUM
There is trivial pericardial effusion
- Exam indication: Pericardial conditions
- The left ventricle is normal in size. Left ventricular systolic function is
normal. EF = 59 ± 5% (2D biplane) Normal left ventricular diastolic function.
- The right ventricle is normal in size. Right ventricular systolic function is
- There are no significant valvular abnormalities.
- Trivial pericardial effusion.
- There is mild septal bounce, no significant respiratory variation through the
mitral and tricuspid inflow. The IVC is normal in size and collapses with
- Exam was compared with the prior CC echocardiographic exam performed on 2/13/17