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What could be the cause of abnormal ekg post hysterectomy ?

I am 53 years old and at a pre-op a year and half ago for a hysterectomy for a 20 cm fibroid uterus, I had an abnormal ekg. It said left axis deviation and voltage criteria for left ventricle hypertrophy . Everything else was normal. Could these abnormalities have been caused because my organs were displaced by the uterus?
Asked On : Sun, 8 Apr 2012
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abnormal EKG is not due to displacement of organs.consult your physician rule out other causes of it(chronic hypertension can give such findings of EKG)
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Answered: Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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