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What is anteroseptal infarct?

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Dr. James Chapman
40 years experience in Cardiology
Heart Attack: Infarction is a heart attack, anteroseptal describes the location, which is the front wall of the heart, and the wall between the ventricles. This generally would have been cause by an occlusion in the left anterior descending coronary artery. (lad).
Answered on Jun 11, 2019

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