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MY EKG RESULTS READ SINUS RHYTHM , MARKED RIGHT AXIS DEVIATION, RSR IN V1, MINOR RIGHT- AND MID-PRECORDIAL REPOLARIZATION DISTURBANCE , LV OVERLOAD OR ASPECIFIC CHANGE, NEGATIVE T IN V3, WITH SMALL NAGATIVE T IN V4, WITH FLAT OR LOW NEGATIVE T IN V2 V5, LONG QT INTERVAL. I HAVE AN APPOINTMENT WITH A CARDIOLOGIST BUT WOULD LIKE YOUR APPENION ON THESE RESULTS.
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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First and foremost thing is (though listening to heart -auscultation may give good idea) is to see your cardiologist an echocardiography will exclude ASD ( also RVH as a result of PAH or PS), as there is no mention short PR interval I can exclude WPW syndrome. If echocardiography is normal, you have no other complaints like palpitations and your cardiologist agree. One can stop worrying about your EKG then this is a normal variant (meaning thereby you are having incomplete RBBB) which will not trouble you for years but your future doctors would like to know when it was first detected.

Dr Anil Grover

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Answered: Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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