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What is a cardiogram

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doctor1 MD

be a clot or a tumor . Are there any other possibilities? What is so confusing is that I did a 45 minute ...

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and that my echo was not terrible. I am curious what it says in regards to the size of the heart and its ...

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I had a recent echo and the report says my left ventricle is mildly oversized. The doctor told me the report is perfectly normal. I had the echo to rule out heart as cause of dizziness . In your option is this report normal? They compared this...

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My husband (age 69) had severe pain in the right side last night. At the E.R., they did a cardiogram, and CT scan all with negative results. They gave him morphine for the pain, and there was also ...

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cardiogram. QUESTION: I am scheduled for a Multiple Bypass on less than 2 weeks. Is that surgery absolutely ...

Public Forum Discussions

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what is the difference between the two? what does one show in comarison to the other? ...

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would an echocardiogram show blockages and clogged arteries

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My cardiologist just informed me she would like me to have a CT because the results of my echo cardiogram showed a dark spot. I m so concerned I virtually have forgotten everything she was saying to me ...

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was wondering what that signifies. Also during the section with the heart most of the pictures are black and white, but a couple of the pictures were kinda orange. What does that mean? ...

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Is it possible for me to ask if I can record my echocardiogram? If so, how do I do it? What should I ask? Do I need a blank CD or DVD with me to do so? ...

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Will I get to see a video image of my heart? Because that would be so awesome. I ve had an EKG before and that was pretty neat.

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what dies QRSD acronym stand for in a kardiogram result? I have a score of 130 I am 73 years old. had no medical history of heart condition. My Pr is 135 QT 424 QTc 470. The P is 1 the QRS is -31 ...

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I am a 52 year old female. I recently had an echocardiogram done April 20, 2015. The results are as follows: Final impression: 1. The study is of adequate quality 2. No pericardial effusion 3. No intracavitary masses 4. No wall motion...

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insurance due to the echo results showing left atrium midly dilated.. what does that mean? Is it something ...

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. What does this mean and can it be corrected? Is it anything to be concerned about? ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

echo cardiogram is like an ultrasound. It does not show arrhythmia, that ecg and holter is for. It will show any coronary artery damage or any structural damage.

doctor1 MD

Hi ! I am Dr Shareef answering your query. This is a quiet safe test indeed. If the report is normal, there is nothing to be worried about. What you are experiencing may be the pressure effect of the probe applied during the echo cardiogram which will go away of its own. Wishing you an early recovery.