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Cath report:LAD has ostial hazy lesion40% tapered down distaly to apex.diagonal branch ostial 90% lesion.mild global hypokinesis LV. EF 50%. how bad?
Does the pill/caplet form of apple cider vinegar work as well as the liquid form? I ordered the caplets from puritan.Com. Other benefits of avc (sulfanilamide)?
Why use it?: What do you use acv for? I cannot tell you if caplet work as well as the liquid as i don't prescribe the liquid for anything and i don't know what it is used to treat. I read on the internet that it is used for weight loss, heart burn and keeping flees away. I have seen no evidence that it does any of those things. Sorry. ...Read more
Angiography report of dad
lad- proximal seg 90% stenois
lcx- distal diseased. Ostial total occlu.
Rca- domi, prox total
Sounds reasonable: Obviously many factors need to be considered, but the anatomy you are describing would be difficult to approach with stents. Other factors such as age, frailty, and other medical conditions play a significant role as well. Each decision should be individualized based on his situation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
ECG: Possible abnormalities can possibly be meaningful or not. The best you can say is possibly serious. More information is needed, ask your Doc about you. ...Read more
Papvr one isolated vein to the svc, mild RV enlargement, normal EF of RV and LV, pulmonary RV pressure 21, no other defect, should I get surgery?
Tough question: Scimitar syndrome is a complex situation. If your right side is dilated that could be a bad sign but honestly you can't find an answer to a question like that on a forum like this. See a congenital specialist. ...Read more
DX neurocardiogenic syncope ECG: Left atrial enlargement,Low voltage QRS, Borderline ECG Normal sinus rhythm. Is the ECG normal?
No: Abnormal. Low voltage Left atrial enlargement . ...Read more
Chest pain arm numbness heaviness Ekg normal sinus rhythm RSQ QR in V1 sug. RV cond. delay. ST-Mild physiologic apical window thickening.GFR-64,BN-357?
Unclear.: The short answer is to see a cardiologist. The information provided is confusing. A routine consultation would clarify everything and enable a solid recommendation concerning any needed treatment. ...Read more
Here's what my dad ECG report says..SINUS RYTHM LEFT, ARIAL ABNORMALITY, LVH WITH REPOLARIZATION ABNORMALITY, PROLONGED QT INTERVAL..please interpret?
I have chf, ef 19%,latest tests say I have Severe global hypokinesis, left ventricular is enlarged.Lg anteroseptal defect ,reperfusion?
Partial anomalous pulmonary venous return. Only 1 returning to rv. Echo findings are within normal limits except mild to moderate right ventricular eenlargement.Right ventricular sylostic pressure 21?
RV size concerning: Make sure you're being evaluated by congenital heart disease specialists--despite your age, this is a pediatric cardiology problem. Rv enlargement suggests that the shunting is hemodynamically significant--more than expected from only 1 anomalous vein--and might need surgery. It would be important to rule out an associated asd-->that's why a congenital heart dz specialist would be very important. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mri, mild joint efusion seen, thickning lateral colateral legamnt sugest tendinosis, bone edema involve femora condyle n tibial plateu further treatment?
What treatment is needed for interatrial septum aneurysmal with pfo, severe tricuspid reguritation, elevated rvsp?
My father's ECG interpretated probably MI(inferior) minor left axis deviation and R/S inversion area between V1 and V2 probably abnormal ECG?
ECG: An ECG like that is interpreted in the context of the patients clinical information. The reading is not highly specific. ...Read more
Infarcts: Infarcts are areas of heart muscle damage or scars. They can be deemed to be acute or old depending on associated EKG patterns. Q waves are often patterns of myocardial infarction. The above abnormalities are felt to be on the bottom and front of the left ventricle and possibly on the septum which is a wall between the left and right ventricles. This is a significant amount of heart muscle damage. ...Read more