Srinivas with Dr.
Usually a person’s heart is on the left side of his chest, but a shocking case has come to the fore in Andhra Pradesh. Residents of Talarevu, Kakinada district Srinivas After examining him, the doctors told that his heart was on the right side. This news went viral as soon as it came to the fore. doctors diagnosed this disease Dextrocardia given name.
Actually Srinivas was suffering from heart disease for many days. After which he went to a famous private hospital in Kakinada for treatment. When the doctor there took an X-ray of Srinivas’s chest and found that his heart was on the right side instead of the left! Then told him dextrocardia.
Then how was the operation successful?
When the team of doctors examined Srinivas’s heart, it was found that the blood vessels supplying blood to his heart were blocked from both sides. After which the doctors cleared the two blockages. The special thing is that this surgery was successful. And only after two days the patient was sent to his home. After the successful operation, doctors told that this can happen in one out of every 2 lakh people.
What is the reason for the heart being on the right side?
The biggest question is, what effect does a person have on his body and health if his heart is on the right side? Why this happens, according to the doctors, it cannot be said exactly but it is certain that it does not have any bad effect on the external part of the body.
According to doctors, dextrocardia usually does not cause major problems, but it can have serious effects on the heart, lungs and other internal parts in special circumstances. Hence there is a need to be alert.
How does dextrocardia happen?
According to doctors, dextrocardia is seen during early pregnancy itself due to genetic changes. More than 60 genes play a role in how and where your organs are made in your body. At the same time dextrocardia occurs. However, in-depth research is going on in this direction.
Can dextrocardia be cured?
Dextrocardia is a rare congenital condition. This is usually not a major threat to life. According to doctors, it is often accompanied by serious complications such as heart and stomach disorders.
According to doctors, there is no need to treat dextrocardia. But at the time of birth it is necessary to inform those concerned about the health care of the child that the heart of the child is not in its right place i.e. on the left side.
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