-Severe organic TR with moderate RV dysfunction (TAPSE 1.1cm)
(No evidence of RVEMF, gigantic RA and hugely dilated IVC non collapsing).
-Atrial fibrillation with controlled ventricular rate
-Anemia-Hypochromic microcytic with iron deficiency, Blood loss due to haemoptysis and Haematemesis
-Chronic kidney disease- Stage 3 B (eGFR- 39 ml/min/1.73m2
Pallor, Raised JVP, hepatomegaly, Bilateral pedal edema, Irregularly irregular Pulse, Varing S1, S2 Normal, Pansystolic Murmur PRE 2.avi PRE 3.avi
- Isolated tricuspid valve disease is a rear entity, usually occurs along with left sided valve disease. surgery for isolated right sided valve carries high morbidity and mortality
- Percutaneous procedure to improve symptom status and quality of life has been performed with success, however long-term results have to be validated.
- In our patient, the most challenging was pre and post procedural management in view of multiple co-morbidities.
- At one-year follow-up patient has improved symptomatically and living better quality of life.