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Does non specific st t waves changes in ecg means you have heart problem

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feminine patter negative T in V2 V3 - non specific T wave Abnormality. Cannot R/O prior inferior infarct ...Had an ECG because I have been experiencing heart palpitations and am at times very aware of my ...

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what does it mean on my ecg that says chronic st and t wave changes, consider anterior ischemia ...

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i had a ecg resently and in the remark coloum it is mentioned:- NON SPECIFIC Q WAVE NOTED LATERAL/INFERIOR LEADS what does this mean, do I have a heart problem..???? also my FBSL is 115mg/dl and PPBS is 130mg ...

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T wave anterior 3. minimal ST depression . All the cardiologist that I have shown them just brushed ... heart rate monitor shows my heart beat in upper 150 and still no changes in pain. 3. The pain is dull ...

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Hi Doctor, my recent health screening showed the following results : Abnormal ECG, T wave abnormality consider anterior ischemia and Positive Stress Test , non-specific inversion in arterial leads ...

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I just had my ECG and it says there sinus rhythm, left atrial abnormality, non-specific ST T wave changes. I also got my chest xray and the result shows apical pleural thickening is seen on the left ...

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: transition in V3, ST-segments: isoelectric, P-waves: upright, T-waves: upright interpretation : sinus bradycardia with non specific ST-T wave changes. ...

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I had ECG and the following are the results: normal sinus rhythm left axis deviation anteroseptal infarct age non specific st-t wave changes what does this mean, they told me I need to secure a fit ...

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my ECG reading says Sinus Rhythm and Non Specific ST T Wave Changes. As i make researches on the internet, it says it is a normal result. However, my doctor diagnosed me with Angina. I am 28 years old ...

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hi, im just curios about my ecg result... the interpretation of the ecg personel is sinus rhytm with sinus arrhythmia non specific T wave change. but the QT/QTcB is .586sec/697sec, and the PR interval ...

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My husband is 61. Does not have any known problem. He did a ECG today. It says left axis deviation, heart rate 81/m, Nomal PR, QRS, QT duration. No pathological Q wave or ST-T changes seen and left ...

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I had an ecg done recently and results showed: minor inferior repolarization disturbance. A specific change flat or low T in aVF with negative T in lll My heart is 50 bpm. What does this mean ...

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I had a ECG done and have the folllowing results - can you please tell me what they mean? Ischemic ST-T changes in posterior leads Heart ate 82 bpm P Duration 104ms PR Interval 162ms QRS Duration 68ms ...

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I went for a clinical trial interview did a ecg show nonspecific St and t wave abnormality v4 v5 v6 ... conduction delay St and T wave abnormality,possible inferior Ischemia [-0.1+ MV T wave in II/AVF] abnormal ...

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I have just been for pre-op tests and the ECG shows Inferior infarct (40+MS Q wave and/or St ... ST depression (0.05+ MV ST depression) Abnormal ECG I am 64 years of age and the op is still going ...

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It is a problem with atria, one of the chambers of the heart. Go for further testing with echocardiography of the heart.