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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
There are no other imaging findings associated with [disease name].
 
 
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Cardiac catheterization may be helpful in the diagnosis of tricuspid stenosis. Findings on an cardiac catheterization suggestive of tricuspid stenosis include atrial "a" wave and mean gradient across the tricuspid valve.
 
Cardiac catheterization may be helpful in the diagnosis of tricuspid stenosis. Findings on an cardiac catheterization suggestive of tricuspid stenosis include atrial "a" wave and mean gradient across the tricuspid valve.
  
 
==Other Imaging Findings==
 
==Other Imaging Findings==
There are no other imaging findings associated with [disease name].
 
 
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* Cardiac catheterization may be helpful in the diagnosis of tricuspid stenosis. Findings on an cardiac catheterization suggestive of tricuspid stenosis include:<ref name="pmid29763166">{{cite journal| author=| title=StatPearls | journal= | year= 2020 | volume=  | issue=  | pages=  | pmid=29763166 | doi= | pmc= | url= }}</ref><ref name="BonowCarabello2008">{{cite journal|last1=Bonow|first1=Robert O.|last2=Carabello|first2=Blase A.|last3=Chatterjee|first3=Kanu|last4=de Leon|first4=Antonio C.|last5=Faxon|first5=David P.|last6=Freed|first6=Michael D.|last7=Gaasch|first7=William H.|last8=Lytle|first8=Bruce W.|last9=Nishimura|first9=Rick A.|last10=O'Gara|first10=Patrick T.|last11=O'Rourke|first11=Robert A.|last12=Otto|first12=Catherine M.|last13=Shah|first13=Pravin M.|last14=Shanewise|first14=Jack S.|title=2008 Focused Update Incorporated Into the ACC/AHA 2006 Guidelines for the Management of Patients With Valvular Heart Disease|journal=Circulation|volume=118|issue=15|year=2008|issn=0009-7322|doi=10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.108.190748}}</ref>
 
* Cardiac catheterization may be helpful in the diagnosis of tricuspid stenosis. Findings on an cardiac catheterization suggestive of tricuspid stenosis include:<ref name="pmid29763166">{{cite journal| author=| title=StatPearls | journal= | year= 2020 | volume=  | issue=  | pages=  | pmid=29763166 | doi= | pmc= | url= }}</ref><ref name="BonowCarabello2008">{{cite journal|last1=Bonow|first1=Robert O.|last2=Carabello|first2=Blase A.|last3=Chatterjee|first3=Kanu|last4=de Leon|first4=Antonio C.|last5=Faxon|first5=David P.|last6=Freed|first6=Michael D.|last7=Gaasch|first7=William H.|last8=Lytle|first8=Bruce W.|last9=Nishimura|first9=Rick A.|last10=O'Gara|first10=Patrick T.|last11=O'Rourke|first11=Robert A.|last12=Otto|first12=Catherine M.|last13=Shah|first13=Pravin M.|last14=Shanewise|first14=Jack S.|title=2008 Focused Update Incorporated Into the ACC/AHA 2006 Guidelines for the Management of Patients With Valvular Heart Disease|journal=Circulation|volume=118|issue=15|year=2008|issn=0009-7322|doi=10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.108.190748}}</ref>
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**On cardiac catheterization a diastolic pressure gradients between 2 to 4 may indicate significant severe tricuspid stenosis.
 
**On cardiac catheterization a diastolic pressure gradients between 2 to 4 may indicate significant severe tricuspid stenosis.
 
**On cardiac catheterization a tricuspid valve area less than 1.0 cm may also indicates severe tricuspid stenosis.
 
**On cardiac catheterization a tricuspid valve area less than 1.0 cm may also indicates severe tricuspid stenosis.
 
*[Finding 2]
 
*[Finding 3]
 
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
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Overview

Cardiac catheterization may be helpful in the diagnosis of tricuspid stenosis. Findings on an cardiac catheterization suggestive of tricuspid stenosis include atrial "a" wave and mean gradient across the tricuspid valve.

Other Imaging Findings

  • Cardiac catheterization may be helpful in the diagnosis of tricuspid stenosis. Findings on an cardiac catheterization suggestive of tricuspid stenosis include:[1][2]
    • Large right atrial "a" wave of 12 to 20 mm Hg.[3][4]
    • A diastolic, mean gradient of 4 to 8 mm Hg across the tricuspid valve on right heart catheterization.
    • An elevated right atrial pressure with a gradual fall in early diastole and a diastolic pressure gradient across the tricuspid valve is characteristic of tricuspid stenosis.
    • On cardiac catheterization a diastolic pressure gradients between 2 to 4 may indicate significant severe tricuspid stenosis.
    • On cardiac catheterization a tricuspid valve area less than 1.0 cm may also indicates severe tricuspid stenosis.

References

  1. "StatPearls". 2020. PMID 29763166.
  2. Bonow, Robert O.; Carabello, Blase A.; Chatterjee, Kanu; de Leon, Antonio C.; Faxon, David P.; Freed, Michael D.; Gaasch, William H.; Lytle, Bruce W.; Nishimura, Rick A.; O'Gara, Patrick T.; O'Rourke, Robert A.; Otto, Catherine M.; Shah, Pravin M.; Shanewise, Jack S. (2008). "2008 Focused Update Incorporated Into the ACC/AHA 2006 Guidelines for the Management of Patients With Valvular Heart Disease". Circulation. 118 (15). doi:10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.108.190748. ISSN 0009-7322.
  3. Morgan, Jacob R.; Forker, Alan D.; Coates, J. R.; Myers, W. S. (1971). "Isolated Tricuspid Stenosis". Circulation. 44 (4): 729–732. doi:10.1161/01.CIR.44.4.729. ISSN 0009-7322.
  4. Finnegan, P; Abrams, L D (1973). "Isolated tricuspid stenosis". Heart. 35 (11): 1207–1210. doi:10.1136/hrt.35.11.1207. ISSN 1355-6037.

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