A 41-year-old female asked:
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my resting ecg report shows t wave abnormality, consider anterior ischemia and incomplete rbbb. should i be concerned? i see a cardio in 2 weeks.

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Dr. David Brouwer
29 years experience Internal Medicine
ECG abnormality: T wave abnormalities are usually non-specific, especially if you are an otherwise healthy young woman. The computer read-out should always be confirmed and checked by the physician, so you will have more specific info after you get the opinion of the cardiologist. Of course, if you have cardiac symptoms like chest pain with exertion then a more urgent eval is a good idea.
Answered on Sep 6, 2018
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