Cardiac MRI, CTPA, EGC 's, echo's, Chest X-rays, PET scan, blood tests, ECG stress test. All these tests, no diagnosis. Could something been missed?

Laboratory tests. Difficult to answer your question without knowing the symptoms and the physical examination that prompted the imaging studies and blood tests. What do your physicians suggest is the step?
Why the tests? All results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is in the best position to do that. Having said that , it is not clear why you had these tests done in the first place? Do you have any symptoms? It would be prudent to have a detailed discussion with your doctor.

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Dr Budi R. Bahureksa yes, I've had stress test, MRA, echo, ECG, bloods, CTPA, PET, 7 day ECG, 48 hour ECG. All in 2012/13 most recently a C-X-ray, ECG, bloods?

New Doctor. Any doctor who is putting you through these thousands of dollars of testing should be fired. Any family doctor who is not addressing the real cause of your symptoms (your anxiety and your mind) should be replaced by someone who is frank and honest enough with you to tell you to stop obsessing about your heart and to get on with treating your anxiety and the physical manifestation of your anxiety. Read more...

Ekg, stress test, sonogram, chest x ray, blood tests. Heart is fine? Just turned 22.

Why do you ask? You list no cardiac symptoms. Let me guess -- you had a few palpitations / heart doing flip-flops. If you have fewer than 5 of these per minute, or if your physician's checked you out and they're not the nasty kind, learn to ignore them and consider cutting back the caffeine. If you can keep in sports, or climb three flights of stairs, i'd stop worrying and get on with being a young man. Read more...

Why do I always have skipped beats when having sex? Echo, ekg, stress test, x-ray, blood tests. Holter 24 hours all normal beside benign pvc/pac. I'm scared

Heightened Awareness. You have answered the question with your statement. "I'm scared". Since you've noticed them before you now are focused on their occurrence. In addition you are producing adrenaline from your fear which increases the electrical irritability of your heart and produces more extra beats. Try a different position where you may not feel them as much. Read more...

What is the likely hood that my chest pain is cardiac, I passed tons of EKG, Stress Test, Echo, Blood Work, D-dimmer, holster, CT-Scan, chest x-ray?

Not high. Even if you were 20 years older, the findings are not supportive of a cardiac issue. Need to know whether the pain is worsened by exercise, certain activities such as eating. Other than a chest cage issue (costochrondritis) one needs to consider a problem with the esophagus as well. Read more...

I get angina symptoms but the doctors say that my heart is fine. Small vessel disease showed up in stress test, CTA, x-ray, echo and EKG. I have 10 lesions in my brain and theyre trying to rule out MS but would they miss SVD in MRI?

Depends. The brain i assume was evaluated with the cta and MRI with contrast. The heart with a stress test . Not sure from your question if a cta was done of the heart. If your having on going chest pain but tests look ok , then arterial spasm , small vessel dz, non cardiac sources should be ruled out. Can't really tell what tests were done for your heart vs brain. ? What type of stress was done etc. Read more...
See below. Consider being checked for antiphospholipid antibody syndrome which is a clotting disorder which could explain some of your symptoms. If you have had blood clots or miscarriages in the past, you definitely need to be checked. Read more...
No. Small vessel disease typically not seen with any of the above tests. Sometimes we can see in angiogram. Sometimes it is more of a clinical diagnosis. Read more...
No, if done correct. Both stress test with radiotracer (nuclear stress test) and cardiac MRI with contrast can have findings that correlate with small vessel disease. If a nuclear stress test is definitely positive, the CTA negative and the person has typical anginal symptoms; they more likely have small vessel disease than anything else. Chest pain on a treadmill remains the most reliable indicator for true angina. Read more...

Normal ekg, echo, chest x-ray, blood work and stress test. Seen a pulmonologist and was cleared for ashtma etc. What would cause sob? Its not anxiety.

Not anxiety? Anxiety & panic attacks frequently cause shortness of breath, as well as many other physical symptoms. I'm glad you have such good results from your heart and lung evaluations so far. I don't know what your doctors will come to, about your situation -- but here's info about panic attacks: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/panic-attacks/ds00338/dsection=symptoms. Read more...

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Check upper GI tract. Since your heart is good, you may have acid reflux from your stomach which can mimic heart symptoms (and vice versa). You could have muscle strain in your breast bone or sternum, although this is less likely to cause your symptoms. You could try something otc like ranitidine 150 mg twice a day for a week or so, but you should really see your primary care doctor for additional follow up. Read more...