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a review of lexiscan and rest nuclear images reveals a small fixed anteroseptal and apical defect ... . there is no convincing area of ischemia . the gates ejection fraction is 26% with septal dyskinesis consistent ...

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diagnosed with Lateral Ischemia . Want to know how bad or critical is this situation. Doctor suggested to reduce weight, maintain cholesterol levels and BP, bring lifestyle changes with exercise and yoga ...

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I just had an ekg done and it said normal sinus rhythm , anteroseptal infarction probably old, abnormal repolarization , possible coronary ischemia . What does that mean? ...

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. The results were abnormal - probable anteroseptal infarct (old). My doctor is setting me up ... anteroseptal infarct means and how concerned I should be when this result is combined with high blood pressure . ...

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My ECG results had two lines what does it mean.... Sinus Rhythm Normal P Axis, V-rate 60- 99 Consider Anteroseptal Infarct Q >30mS, V1 V2 My heart Rate was 84 - then there were these other numbers, PR ...

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Recently I ws rushed to do hospital4 weeks pregnant, I was rushed because I felt like I am going to pass out, I was in the er and was diagnosed with anteroseptal ischemia,how can i prevent having ...

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Hello I m a 35 y.o. female and I just had an ECG test the results were: Regular Sinus Rhythm Anteroseptal Wall Ischemia after Cardio Consult I ve researched what Ischemia mean and what I want to know ...

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Hi! I just wanna ask, if an anteroseptal myocardial ischemia is a dangerous condition? The result of my ecg says i have one, i m only 26, i also have 214 cholesterol. Before i m not experiencing chest ...

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hello doctor..i just had my ECG test. the result says sinus rhythm with anteropseptal inferior wall ischemia. I would like to know if how serious is this since I was advised to please correlate clinically ...

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Hi. I would like to know the meaning of the term inferior ischemia and anteroseptal myocardial damage, that are written on my ECG done 5 hours ago. I would like your answer ASASP so I have still time ...

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/a couple PACs and anteroseptal ischemia. What can you tell me? ...

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had nuclear stress test because I have some shortness of breath. Results are small fixed anteroseptal defect , no ischemia seen well preserved LV function and resting ejection fraction is 55% . Can you tell ...

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enlargement/Anteroseptal infarct, age undetermined/ST & T wave abnormality, consider inferior ischemia ...

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My mother s EKG says possible Anteroseptal Infarction. What does this mean? ...

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Can anybody explain to me what is meant by inferior wall ischemia? is it a serious disorder? Can it be detected with echocardiography? What type of treatment and lifestyle is advised for someone diagnosed ...

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Welcome to HCM Reduced blood flow to certain areas of the heart Most commonly due to thickened blood vessels Warning sign of heart attack Regards

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Dear Friend. Ischemia of pons is Brain stem Stroke. Treatment would depend on current status of the patient. If you could give us details we can help you better. If a person is conscious then aspirin , atorvstatin and cause of the stroke remains the main stay of treat ment. Good luck

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Hi dear welcome to the HCM, Stent implant may also help with open heart surgery. Thanks