Echocardiograms are often used to detect heart function, heart disease and heart valve disease.

An echocardiogram is a noninvasive procedure used to assess the heart's function and structures. This ultrasound help doctors diagnose heart problems, such as damaged cardiac tissue, chamber enlargement, stiffening of the heart muscle, blood clots in the heart, fluid around the heart, and damaged or poorly functioning heart valves.

Common Reasons for Needing an Echocardiogram:

· Diagnosing heart disease or heart valve disease
· Detecting heart defects or heart failure Measuring changes in heart size or pumping strength
· Checking heart function after symptoms such as shortness of breath

Price: € 50

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