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What does presence of anteroseptal infarct in an EKG indicate ?

Hi, I would like to be a non direct kidney donor but they found an anteroseptal infarct. after an EKG I am in excellent health 58, BP 108/64, Pulse 64, I excercise every day for at least 30 Min. MY chl is excellent. but they advised me to see a cardi. specialist--what does this mean?
Asked On : Sun, 11 Mar 2012
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hello n welcome to HCM...
first of all i want to congratulate u for being a DONOR, that only a human can give. secondly ur EKG suggest anteroseptal infarct, that means u should get a check up dne to CONFIRM that diagnosis. some time we can get the EKG changes without any heart problem. so, dont worry meet ur cardiologist and get a check up done. as per ur history, exercise, i think u will be normal.
wish u a HEALTHY HEART ....
Answered: Wed, 14 Mar 2012
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