Mitral Valve Prolapse
Mitral Valve Prolapse is a syndrome Which indicates deflection (bending, sagging) of the valves down into the cavity of the left upper chamber of the left ventricle while systolic With Or Without mitral regurgitation. It is a fairly common disorder: IT OCCURS people in 15-25% of. Women get threatened 9-10 times more often than men. Usually detected in young organisms (15-30 years). Currently primary and secondary mitral valve prolapse is distinguished. The causes of primary mitral valve prolapse is a hereditary or congenital disease of the connective tissue. The reasons are secondary MVP rheumatism, inflammation of the heart, chest injury and someother diseases.