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EKG shows sinus tachycardia, possible arterial enlargement, incomplete right bundle branch. Fine?

Hi, I m a 29 year old female and just had a ekg ...I was pretty nervous during the exam and my result was a followed: Sinus tahcardia, possible left arterial enlargement and incomplete right bundle branch. My doctor told me that everything looked fine but it doesn t seem it when I read the result. Why does is read this way?
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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ECG shows sinus Tachycardia it may be due to nervousness during examination, and every ECG needs to be corelated to clinical parameters.
The Right bundle branch is conduction abnormality if it is old and there silently no treatment is required and there is nothing to worry about.
Left atrial enlargement can be suspected if thre is some thing which needs work up a 2 D Echocardiography gives exact size of all chambers of heart.
You Treating is best person to judge what is best for you.
If he says every thing fine it must be have faith.
Good Luck.
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