Right ventricular hypertrophy

What is Right ventricular hypertrophy?

Enlargement of right ventricle of heart which occurs in congestive cardiac failure, secondary to COPD, Pulmonary artery hypertension.

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Hi, I recently had an ECG stress test with the following results: right atrial enlargement, right ventricular hypertrophy, ST elevation, premature ventricular contraction...

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Automatically generated report by machine is not always correct

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Dear Mrs,

It seems that you have automatic generated...

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Hello, I am a 43 year old female. Nonsmoker, nondrinker, no medications of any kind being taken, have never used diet pills, have never used any...

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Following answers to your queries...

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I have gone through your medical history and understood your...

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Good afternoom. My name is Yasmany Gil, I did a routine ECG a few days ago. The ECG showed Incomplete left bundle branch block, and atrium...

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I read carefully your question and would explain that in general...

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