Acute dyspnea can be caused by disturbances of the heart rhythm, failure of the left ventricle, mitral valve (a heart valve) dysfunction, or an embolus (a clump of tissue, fat, or gas) that is blocking the pulmonary circulation
The mitral valve is in the left heart between the atrium and the ventricle.
Mitral valve or biscupid valve
This valve has different names. It is the LAV valve or Mitral Valve or Bicuspid valve.
left atrioventricular valve and left mitral valve
i have bad pain in my left ear and the doctor asked me to see a specialist in maxillofacial, as i might have the pain because of my jaw
The bicuspid valve.
That is usually referred to as a heart murmur and usually caused by a mitral valve prolapse in the heart.
The bicuspid or mitral valve and the aortic valve are on the left side of the heart. The mitral valve separates the left atrium and left ventricle, and the aortic valve is between the left atrium and the aorta.
Bad Breath is caused by bacteria building up in the mouth. Commonly caused by a lack of oral hygiene. These bacteria can cause tooth and gum disease if left untreated. There is also evidence that shows that tooth and gum disease can lead to heart valve disease as the bacteria can move from the mouth area to the heart.
If the mitral valve is not closing correctly, backflow of blood from the left ventricle to the left atrium could occur, decreasing the efficiency of the heart. If the mitral valve is not opening enough to permit adequate blood flow to the left ventricle, the stroke volume from the heart could be decreased.