Left ventricular hypertrophy

What is Left ventricular hypertrophy?

It is a condition that wall of left heart chamber ( Left ventricle) gets thickened. It can be due to long standing hypertension,Valvular heart disease,athletic hypertrophy or congenital heart disease.

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ECG 12sl interpretation. Normal sinus rhythm. Left ventricular hypertrophy with repolarization abnormality. What it means to me. What shud I...

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Hi I have had 6 ECG's, 2 chest X-rays, bloods and a 24 hour ecg. I also suffer with anxiety. My first ecg at a&e said abnormal possible left ventricular hypertrophy...

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No need to worry

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Printed reports on the ecg are inaccurate many a times and we hardly rely on these reports....

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Hi my father(age-61) undergoes ECG and ECHO test and following are the findings(He is Diabetic from 25 Years)
1.) ECG says Possible Inferior Myocardial Infarction...

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Reports Indicate that he's prone to heart disease.No evidence of heart atta

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