Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia

What is Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia?

ARVD is a rare form of cardiomyopathy in which the heart muscle of the right ventricle (RV) is replaced by fat and/or fibrous tissue. The right ventricle is dilated and contracts poorly. As a result, the ability of the heart to pump blood is usually weakened.

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I just had an EKG with the following results: vent rate 69/PR int: 167/ QRS dur: 112/Qt/QTc: 428/447 / PRT axes 47 -43 52/ sinus rhythm, abnormal...

doctor1 MD

Hi XXXXXXX,

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I am a cardiologist. In absence of any symptoms your EKG is being interpreted as that of Pulmonary disease...

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I have just been told my EKG shows RBBB, my blood work is all normal.I have frequent UTIs past EKG never showed this RBBB. Can RBBB just show up at...

doctor1 MD

Hi XXXXXXX

Thank you for your health query.

Can RBBB show up at age 58? Yes, it can.

Can it be related to a kidney problem? Simple UTI is usually...

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I had an ecg in April of 2010 with left axis deviation, in December there was no left axis deviation (axes normal)but a right ventricular...

doctor1 MD

Hello,

Thanks for posting your query.

I can understand your concern for this EKG (Electrocardiogram) finding. Left axis deviation (LAD) may be a...

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