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Suffering from shortness of breath, flu and cold. ECG shows Nonspecific inferior ST, X-ray shows normal. Suggestion?

My husband is 39yrs old, has had shortness of breath and flu/ cold like symptoms for the past three months. He went the a walk-in clinic and the doctor ordered bloodwork and an ECG . Bloodwork was all normal except for an elevated d-dimer and the ECG had on it Nonspecific inferior ST. The walk-in sent him to emerg for a possible clot. They repeated the results with no elevation in the d-dimer. The xray was normal as well. Thoughts on the abnormal 12 lead ecg?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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Some time we cant find symptoms of heart problems clinically it may mimic like abdominal discomfort cold like problem .just go detail check up including ECG & 2d echo .have a close count on lipid profile .visit to cardiologist for deep consultation .have a nice day .thanks
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