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2D ECHO cardiography done. What does report mean? ECG abnormal. Anything serious?

Hello doctor I am Syed.khader,age 59 and i am not hypertensive but my 2D-ECHO cardiography showed mild concentric LVH ,No RWMA,Normal LV funtion,Grade I Diastolic dysfunction, Trivial MR, No PE/CLOTS,Left atrium-3.4 cm and ECG showed sinus rhythm ,left atrial abnormality,Borderline Repolarization abnormality, Abnormal ECG.what does it mean?Does it mean anything serious..?
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

The changes are mild and may be the result of blood pressure.
Age, gender and clinical examination are a must for appropriate interpretation.
Proper interpretation is correlation with the clinical findings.
ECG & ECHO are better seen by the treating physician.

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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