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Left Anterior Fascicular Block Treatment
What caused it?: These fascicals are the prefered conduction path of the heart beat through the left ventrical, the main pumping chamber of the heart. A block in the fascical is generally caused by a blockage in a heart artery and often that blockage is more important than the fascical. If more fascicals are blocked, you are at risk of needing a pacemaker. Primary cardiomyopathies can cause these problems too. ...Read more
No treatment: Left fascicular block is due to slow conduction in one of the two branches of the left bundle . There is the anterior fascicle and the posterior fascicle . The causes of fascicular block is varied from idiopathic or unknown to different diseases of the heart .By in itself it does not cause any problem but a mere indication of abnormality in the electrical conduction ...Read more
An ECGinterprets RIGHT BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCK, LEFT POSTERIOR FASCICULAR BLOCK, BIFASCICULAR BLOCK. I dont' feel any dizziness. Is it normal?Cure for it?
Not normal: Those findings on EKG are not normal, and are permanent. They can be caused by defects in the conduction system of the heart that you have had since birth, by previous heart attacks, or remodeling of the heart in response to ongoing hypertension. You should consult with a cardiologist for further evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Conduction system pr: Part of the conduction system of the heart doesn't work. If more fascicles are blocked, you are at risk of needing a pacemaker. More important is the cause. Is there a blocked artery or weak heart muscle (aka cardiomyopathy?) generally these won't be a problem as long as you know why you have it. You should see a doctor. ...Read more
Can you help me understand this? POSSIBLE RIGHT VENTRICULAR CONDUCTION DELAY
LEFT ANTERIOR FASCICULAR BLOCK
POSSIBLE ANTERIOR MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION,
Sometimes: A left bundle branch block is a finding on an EKG ( the electrical tracing of your heart.) it shows that something has altered the way your heart conducts electrical impulses. Chemotherapy can do it, but so can heart disease. Your doctor should rule out other causes for a left bundle branch block before assuming chemotherapy is the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The cause important: The right bundle is relatively easy to damage, so relatively small injuries can create it. The left bundles (two of them, one easy to injure, one hard to damage) require more damage to interfere with their function, so they are associated with "worse" heart disease with the prognosis inherent in your question. Cause is important, so need to talk to your doctors to sort those out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mucocele left sphenoethmoidal recess causing mild smooth compression upon inferior and medial recti muscles?
Certainly: Associated but the better question to ask unless you know is why do you have an enlarged left ventricle. Hope you have seen or are planning to see your cardiologist. ...Read more
Ecg : What you list are electrocardiographic patterns. Left atrial abnormality suggests the possibility of structural abnormalities of the left atrium. Incomplete right bundle branch block suggests slowing of electrical impulse conduction in the right bundle branch of the conduction system. These findings can be associated with abnormal structure and function but are not diagnostic any specific problem. ...Read more
What is the difference between complete right bundle branch block and incomplete right bundle branch block?
The location: Obviously the location of the electrical block in the conduction of electric impulses from the atrium to the ventricles is different. The electrical signals travel to the two ventricles through the left and the right bundle, the left then bifurcates to two fascicles itself. In my experience, the non-pathologic presence of right bundle branch block is more common. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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