|Expert opinions on cardiac, thoracic and vascular diseases|
Frank J. Pearl, M.D.
|Voluntary Professor of Medicine, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL. Board certified in cardiovascular disease|
Hi Tony, I misread: thought your medical info was a few years old. However, with up-to -date medical info these tests suggest you have a benign occurrence of PVCs ( not the “dangerous” PVCs that are generally
Hi Max, A CT Calcium Score of 1055 is very high, and indicates extensive atherosclerosis, but not necessarily blockages in your coronary arteries that are severe enough to warrant treatment. I find it
Hi Sarah, 1): You may indeed have had an injury to your RV. The question then is: why? If due to a prior heart attack, there should be evidence of regional coronary artery disease and other cardiac risk
Hi Terry, !: Most people with MVP have no symptoms, however, those who do commonly complain of symptoms such as fatigue, palpitations, chest pain, anxiety, and migraine headaches: http://www.cardiachealth
Hi Dustin, There is nothing to suggest to suggest these night sweats have anything to do with your heart. Some suggestions: First, make sure you have adequate bedding/heat - not too much. Second, have