Other Structural Heart Diseases

Structural Heart Diseases

Structural Heart Diseases covers a wide range of cardiac conditions. It may include both valvular heart disease and structural disease. Heart disease can be congenital or acquired. When or more of the heart valves are defective or damaged, the heart is unable to function efficiently, leading to some severe health complications. Aortic valve stenosis, heart valve disease, mitral valve regurgitation, myocarditis.

What are the symptoms? 

  • Strokes 
  • Breathlessness 
  • Chest congestion and chest pain 
  • High blood pressure
  • Kidney diseases 
  • Fatigue 
  • Irregular heart beats 

What causes the structural heart disease?

  • Narrowed heart valves 
  • High blood pressure
  • Excessive intake of alcohol 
  • Usage of restricted drugs 
  • Exposure to the cancer treatments 

How to diagnose it? 

  • Blood and lab tests 
  • Chest X-ray 
  • ECG 
  • Echo 
  • MRI for heart 
  • Angiogram 
  • How to prevent the structural heart diseases? 
  • Healthy diet 
  • Physical exercises 
  • Healthy lifestyle 
  • Manage blood pressure 
  • Avoid alcohol consumption

Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy

LA Myxomas

Ascending Aortic Aneurysms


Opinion based on American heart association guidelines

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