Ventricular hypertrophy

What is Ventricular hypertrophy?

Ventricular hypertrophy is the thickening of the ventricular walls in the heart. Although left ventricular hypertrophy is more common, enlargement can also occur in the right ventricle, or both ventricles.

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Hi can you tell me what my ecg means

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Hello Majken,

I carefully reviewed your uploaded ECG, and would explain that it is...

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I have attached my mother ecg report.Kindly through some light of it?

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No report is uploaded, please resend...

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Hi XXXXXXX

Unfortunately, no ECG report is in. Can you please resend it?...

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Hello I am a male, 59 years old with a normal ECG just taken a few months ago. I get a prickly pins and needles feeling centered over my heart when...

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Hello,

Thank you for your query.

I understand, from the details that you have provided, that you are a 59 year old gentleman with hypertension and...

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