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Other: Walk-in clinic visit; basic eye exam; colonoscopy; cardio stress test; echocardiogram with Doppler; sleep study (polysomnogram; split-night sleep study; multiple sleep latency test).
Bornstein said other tests — an EKG and chest X-ray in April 2016, a transthoracic echocardiogram, or ultrasound of the heart, in December 2014 and a colonoscopy in July 2013 — were all normal.
To get a closer look at what was causing Montana's respiratory issues, doctors performed an echocardiogram, an ultrasound test that takes pictures of the chambers of the heart.
His mother, Gina Mayfield, experienced a heart episode and was taken to an Austin hospital for a battery of tests including an echocardiogram.
This includes completing a health history, ECG and, if indicated, an echocardiogram.
For those with more severe hypertension in need of medication, echocardiograms have revealed cardiac complications more usually seen in adults, such as left ventricular hypertrophy, a thickening of the heart muscle.
My patient’s echocardiogram looked just like a Japanese octopus pot.
The team also eliminated the need for echocardiograms (an ultrasound of the heart) unless the child requires medication, a change that reflects the growing number of hypertensive children without underlying congenital heart issues.
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