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Look at this happy, wonderful boy. Wylie was born in July of 2013 and is diagnosed with cardiomyopathy. He really needs an update but the following information is from January of 2017: Wylie had a physical examination during January of 2017. The results showed 1. left atrial and right ventricular enlargement 2. tricuspid regurgitation (moderate-severe) 3. pulmonary hypertension (severe) 4. pulmonary regurgitation (moderate). After admission Wylie is the treasure of this department. Because of his disease, we try not to have him do too much movement. He can make his bed. He can put his clothes in order and put them into the wardrobe. He has strong curiosity. He has good learning ability. With acquaintances and favorite people he will be very active and restless. He can speak a lot. He likes to chase and play games with aunts and other children. He is introverted. He is a clever boy who has a ready smile. He is fond of listening to music and telling stories. He likes to play with toys and balls. When seeing an acquaintance, he will be happy to chat with them. When communicating with strangers, he will cry. Occasionally he will lose his temper, and we need to wait for him to calm down, then he will be ok. He needs to adapt to new environments slowly. As of 2017 he was not old enough to attend school.
If you are familiar with heart issues and are interested in bringing this boy into your family, please let me know and we can request an update.
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