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Severe chest pain. Test shows regional wall motion abnormalities, impaired LV function. Treatment?

Sir, my age is 65 weight some about 80 plus, i feel severe pain in my left side, admitted in hospital, goes through some test, in my ECO test it is observed that 1. Left Atrium size is normal 2. Left Ventricle size is enlarged with impaired function 3. Right Ventricle size is normal 4. Valvular structure are normal 5. LV clot not seen 6. LA Clot not seen 7. Apical septal, antero lateral +LV posterior wall segments are akinetic. CONCLUSION Regional wall motion abnormalities impaired LV function Medicine Suggested 1. Lowplat 75mg 2. Ascard 75mg 3. Roviste 10mg 4. Carsel 25mg 5. Ziscar 6. Angiocard 2.5 mg 7. Angisid still i am suffering chest pain from time to time what should i do, some one suggest me Angiography . examine my report and guide me properly, thanking in your anticipating
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Yes, you should go for angiography. Earlier, the better.
The picture is typical of ischemia - Coronary Artery Disease.

The alternative will be to do Thallium stress ECG to assess the physiology / and CT angio to see the anatomy. But angio is the gold standard and intervention - if needed - could be done at the same sitting.

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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