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Carcinoid Heart Disease

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Continuous wave Doppler recorded across the tricuspid valve from the parasternal long axis view in a patient with carcinoid heart disease. Note the triangular and dense Doppler signal suggestive of severe tricuspid regurgitation.

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Carcinoid Heart Disease

by: Ismail Tabash, MD

Parasternal long axis view of the tricuspid valve in a patient with carcinoid heart disease. Note the thickened and fixed leaflets of the tricuspid valve with noncoaptation of the the leaflets.

Carcinoid Heart Disease

by: Ismail Tabash, MD

Parasternal long axis view and color Doppler of the tricuspid valve in a patient with carcinoid heart disease. Note the presence of severe tricuspid regurgitation.

Carcinoid Heart Disease

by: Ismail Tabash, MD

Parasternal long axis view of the tricuspid valve in a patient with carcinoid heart disease. Note the thickened and fixed leaflets of the tricuspid valve with noncoaptation of the the leaflets.

Carcinoid Heart Disease

by: Ismail Tabash, MD

Continuous wave Doppler recorded across the tricuspid valve from the parasternal long axis view in a patient with carcinoid heart disease. Note the increased inflow velocity and gradient across the tricuspid valve consistent with concomitant moderate tricuspid stenosis.