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dear Sir, Please assist in the attached ECG, its complication.

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Posted on Fri, 11 Jan 2019
Question: dear Sir,
Please assist in the attached ECG, its complication.
suspecting for Ectopic note in L2, inverted P in L3,avf, T wave changes in L1, L2, please correct my view.
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Answered by Dr. Sagar Makode (3 hours later)
Brief Answer:
It's sinus rhythm with atrial ectopics

Detailed Answer:
Hello,
I've reviewed the attached report...

It's sinus rhythm, with normal rate, rhythm and axis.

There is p wave inversion in lead 3, and an atrial ectopic in lead 2. T wave flattening in lead 3 which can be normally seen. No other significant St t abnormalities seen.

So, these may be age or hypertension-related change. However, better to obtain 2D-echocardiography to rule out the possibility of structural heart disease.

Hope this helps.
Please get back if you have any doubts.

Regards


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dear Sir, Please assist in the attached ECG, its complication.

Brief Answer: It's sinus rhythm with atrial ectopics Detailed Answer: Hello, I've reviewed the attached report... It's sinus rhythm, with normal rate, rhythm and axis. There is p wave inversion in lead 3, and an atrial ectopic in lead 2. T wave flattening in lead 3 which can be normally seen. No other significant St t abnormalities seen. So, these may be age or hypertension-related change. However, better to obtain 2D-echocardiography to rule out the possibility of structural heart disease. Hope this helps. Please get back if you have any doubts. Regards