A 32-year-old male asked:
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i did an ecg and the result is left axis deviation, p wave enlargement, possible left atrial hypertrophy, borderline ecg , i then did an echo which came out as essentially normal echo study with lv ejection fraction 80 percent, tapse 25m, am i ok?

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Dr. Richard Romano
8 years experience Internal Medicine
CT findings : How does any test apply to me? To answer that it should be understood that test results are taken into account with the things the patients, says, the examination, lab tests, and all other diagnostic tests. On this forum, we can't determine if someone is normal- you should talk to your doctor. Your ejection fraction is high, I wonder if you are very athletic.
Answered on Feb 27, 2020

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