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77 Possible Causes for Leg Edema, Mild Mitral Regurgitation, Right Bundle Branch Block

  • Amyloidosis

    Patients may experience symptoms such as foamy urine or leg edema.[] (21% were first degree blocks), and 14.5% presented bundle-branch block (in 9% right bundle-branch block and in 5.5% left bundle-branch block).[] This may result in a condition called nephrotic syndrome, where there is excess protein in the urine and the lower legs can become swollen (also called “edema”).[]

  • Hereditary ATTR Amyloidosis

    Support stockings may be recommended for patients with leg edema (swelling).[] The conduction system is commonly affected, leading to bundle branch block and, occasionally, atrioventricular (AV) and sinoatrial block.[] This may result in a condition called nephrotic syndrome, where there is excess protein in the urine and the lower legs can become swollen (also called “edema”).[]

  • Mitral Valve Insufficiency

    Another potential complication of mitral regurgitation is pulmonary hypertension . Treatment for mild mitral regurgitation may include anticoagulation medication .[] […] or lightheadedness Swollen feet or legs Blood clots Chest pain[] Less commonly, signs of pulmonary hypertension, such as right ventricular hypertrophy or right bundle branch block, may be seen.[]

  • TTR Amyloidosis with Cardiomyopathy

    Advanced ATTR-CMP is associated with abdominal fullness, leg edema, and jugular vein distention. Affected individuals may also suffer from arrhythmia.[] Half of the patients with SSA had right bundle branch block compared with only 1 of the 16 nonpaced patients with AL amyloidosis ( P .01).[] Support stockings may be recommended for patients with leg edema (swelling).[]

  • Cor Pulmonale

    , mild mitral regurgitation and mildly depressed left ventricular function with a shortening fraction of 24%.[] Cor pulmonale may lead to congestive heart failure (CHF), with worsening of respiration due to pulmonary edema, swelling of the legs due to peripheral edema and painful congestive[] V leads; (3) ST depressions in leads II, III, and aV F ; and (4) transitory right bundle-branch block.[]

  • Myocarditis

    A rectangular, medium-pitched murmur of mild mitral regurgitation is caused by the incomplete closure of the mitral valve leaflets.[] ) in the legs, feet, and face Pediatric myocarditis can be hard to diagnose because the signs and symptoms often mimic those of other heart and lung diseases, or a bad case[] bundle branch block common in acute Chagas myocarditis prolongation of the QRS complex duration ( 0.12 seconds) poor prognostic factor 13 Myocarditis has a number of etiologies[]

  • Cardiomyopathy

    […] cardiomegaly Hemodynamics Normal or high EDP, low EF, diffusely dilated hypokinetic ventricles AV valve regurgitation Low CO High EDP outflow subvalvular gradient mitral[] However, after 10 infusions the patient developed dyspnea, edema of the legs, ascites and a weight gain of 10 kg because of a decompensated heart insufficiency with a reduced[] […] precordial leads ( V 1-3 ) possibly epsilon wave (at the end of a widened QRS complex ) Right bundle branch block Echocardiography and/or cardiac MRI Right ventricular enlargement[]

  • Aortic Valve Insufficiency

    Infective Endocarditis,Pulmonary Edema,Severe AR Severe aortic regurgitation secondary to aortic valve endocarditis, mild mitral regurgitation, dilated LV, severe LV systolic[] When the legs are elevated at night, the fluid redistributes centrally, causing pulmonary edema that results in orthopnea (dyspnea while lying flat) or paroxysmal nocturnal[] (Level of Evidence: C) Initial diagnosis or prognostic assessment of CAD in patients with right bundle-branch block or less than 1-mm ST depression on resting ECG.[]

  • Right Ventricular Hypertrophy

    An echocardiogram revealed massive enlargement of the right atrium, a normal-sized left atrium, mild dilatation of the right ventricle, and moderate mitral and severe tricuspid[] Pulses were full and extremities warm, but with bilateral leg edema.[] In contrast, when an incomplete right bundle branch block exists, the rSR' pattern is a relatively sensitive but nonspecific predictor of RVH.[]

  • Tricuspid Stenosis

    Chronic Stage 1: mild mitral regurgitation—asymptomatic with physiologic compensation.[] In some cases, the patient experiences peripheral edema and hepatic congestion.[] Investigations ECG: findings are usually nonspecific; they may show right atrial hypertrophy (tall peaked 'p' waves), incomplete right bundle-branch block, Q waves in lead[]

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