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What prognosis can be followed after ECG and CT angiography for a diabetic with hypermetropia?

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Question: 61 yrs Male with ECG changes attached, CT Angio done report attached , require opinion on probable prognosis, complications, suggested further treatment and intervention and possible diagnosis of disease, past history , Diabetes, Both eye Myopic , Hypermterophic, BP- 140/80 mmhg, 2DECHO - N
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Answered by Dr. Bhanu Partap (45 minutes later)
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After going through the medical details I would like to tell you that echo and CT angiography are normal but there is a Bifascicular block in ECG.

Although as such there is no problem currently with the patient there are possibilities of developing high-grade block but that happens in a very limited number of people.

Long-term prognosis is fair.

I hope this information will answer your query. Feel free to ask further.

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Dr. Bhanu Partap


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Brief Answer: Please refer to the detailed answer below Detailed Answer: Hello After going through the medical details I would like to tell you that echo and CT angiography are normal but there is a Bifascicular block in ECG. Although as such there is no problem currently with the patient there are possibilities of developing high-grade block but that happens in a very limited number of people. Long-term prognosis is fair. I hope this information will answer your query. Feel free to ask further. Kind Regards Dr. Bhanu Partap