A person suffering from mitral regurgitation may be given different medications, including blood thinners, beta blockers, water spills and medications that control irregular heartbeats, according to MedlinePlus. Treatmen... More »

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The treatment for mitral valve regurgitation, a condition in which blood flow leaks backward into the heart because the mitral valve does not close tightly enough, is surgical repair or replacement of the valve, explains... More »

Acute mitral valve regurgitation symptoms include shortness of breath, chest pain, confusion, lightheadedness and tachycardia. The chronic condition results in shortness of breath on exertion, excess fluid in the lower e... More »

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The procedure for repairing a mitral valve clip is a nonsurgical treatment for mitral regurgitation that routes a small clip, called a MitraClip, through the femoral vein to the heart, reports the University of Alabama a... More »

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Treatment for deep vein thrombosis typically includes the use of anticoagulant medications, also called blood thinners, which prevent clots from getting bigger and reduce the likelihood of future clots, states Mayo Clini... More »

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Treatment for sensory neuropathy involves treatment and medications to address the cause of the sensory peripheral neuropathy, manage any pain and promote independence, explains MedlinePlus. The first step is to identify... More »

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Doctors diagnose mitral valve regurgitation with a combination of listening to the chest with a stethoscope, physical examination and medical imaging of the heart, MedlinePlus explains. Listening to the heart and lungs o... More »