How is tricuspid valve disease diagnosed?

Tricuspid valve disease may first be diagnosed during a physical exam. The doctor will often hear a murmur (abnormal blood flow through the valve). Other signs your doctor may find are an irregular pulse and a fluttering or abnormal pulsation in your neck (jugular vein).

Tests used to diagnose valve disease may include:

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