hi my ECG result saysminor inferiorrepolarization distrubance may be normal for axis/but consider ischemia/LVover load or specific change Flator low negativeT in aVF with negative T III Please tell me what ...
ECG states slight inferior reploarization disturbance, consider ischemia, LV overload or aspecific change, small negative T ina VF with negative T in III; minor right-precordial repolarizationdisturbance ...
I had an ECG done as part of a routine work required medical and the results show sinus arrhythmia, minor mid and left precordial repolarizationdisturbance, conside ischemia, LV overload or aspecific ...
, right axis deviation, incomplete RBBB, moderate left-precordial repolarizationdisturbance, consider ischemia or LV overload. What does this mean and should I make an appointment with my doctor. I have ...
I had an ekg:
Minorinferiorrepolarizationdisturbance, consider ischemia, LV overload or aspecific change. Flat or neg T in aVF with neg T in III. Meaning??
it means in one portion of ventricular wall
the poortion which donot get blod suply does not work
and the other portion is hypertrphied to take the load and pressure
you are having ischemic heratdiease with hypertension
consult the heart specialist and advanced tests to find out extnt of damage and treat acccording to the position of the heart diagnosed by advancedtests lke echo and other heartr
Hello, i just had a preop ecg come back abnormal. Sinus tachy, inferior infarct, minor inf repolarization 2nd to infarct, flat T in aVF, neg T in III. Alarmed.
upload me the ECG report with complete medical history so that i will be able to diagnose you better