15 yo son extremely athlete has a heart murmur, recent EKG showed bradycardia, right ventricular hypertrophy and possible biventricular hypertrophy?

Might be fine, but.. This sounds like the sort of thing that the computer in the ECG machine would say, and it is often wrong. He should have an echocardiogram and an examination by a pediatric cardiologist. This may very well all be nothing, but best to check it out thoroughly.
Cardiology. Athletes often have different "normal" cardiac physiology. However anytime there is a question it is best to be evaluated by a cardiologist. Ecg is often the first step. An echocardiogram might be appropriate especially since you mention left and right hypertrophy. There may be structural defects that if present can be treated before it becomes problematic.

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What is differences between right ventricular hypertrophy & right heart failure; cor pulmonale & pulmonary hypertension? Do they hv the same meaning?

Same family. Rvh is thickening muscle bound right ventricle, sometimes due to pulmonary hypertension, lung disease, or left sided failure and backup. As the muscle does its very best to keep up with the needed work to pump through an ill obstructed lung circulation, it may tire out= right ventricular failure or collapse. This puts stress back to the body and fluid retention and stresses the left heart. Read more...
Related. Pulmonary hypertension leads to right ventricular hypertophy. If the hypertension is severe and prolongued, the hypertrophied right ventricle begins to enlarge out of proportion to it's thickness. That is called cor pulmonale. Subsequently the right ventricle begins to fail, the right ventricular end diastolic pressures rise over 20mmhg, the rv cardiac output gets compromised, legs, liver, abdswell. Read more...

Everytime I get an EKG it shows at least one PVC and says I have left ventricular hypertrophy. Heart ultra sound and cta were normal. Why?

18? Ay such a young age why are you getting multiple ekgs? You didn't mention any symptoms. That said, what you have describe sounds quite benign. Cut out excessive caffeine and see what happens. Good luck. Read more...

Had ekg today, it said sinus tachycardia, left ventricular hypertrophy, doctor said it's just extra heart electricity causing skip beats. Prescribed beta blocker? I go to gym, got healthy BMI RHR 47

Tachycardia . 19 year old active man with sinus tachycardia. Ask why?? Do you have anemia on blood test? Check thyroid function test by blood test. Etc. The EKG with LVH at this age is unusual. But again EKG is not a very good test for LVH and depends on your body habitus may over read LVH. Echo is more accurate test to diagnose LVH. Read more...

My bf EKG resulted in probable intraventricular conduction delay and right ventricular hypertrophy on lead 1. Should I be worried? He is 24 and athleti

May be normal. In a young person, an ECG may show those findings (especially with an automated interpretation program) and still be normal, though the possibility of a congenital heart problem or elevated pressure in the lung circulation cannot be ruled out. Best thing to do is to talk to his doctor, consider getting an echocardiogram with doppler pressures, and if that is abnormal, see a cardiologist. Read more...

I just had a ecg today and it said on the sheet Sinus rhythm, left ventricular hypertrophy, ant/septal and lateral ST-T changes may be due to hypertrophy and/or ischemia, abnormal ecg. My doctor told me my heart was ok! I had a quad by pass 1 year ago als

ABN ECG after Bypass. Doctor prob means there's no ECG changes from a year ago. ECG was prob abn before Bypass, & worse after. Important questions are answered on Stress test & Echo, & not unreasonable to have a year after Bypass. Important questions are whether you experience unexplained breath shortness or chest/arm discomfort w exertion. Once an ECG is abnormal one can only compare with previous ones(weak test) Read more...

They did an ECG and on the report it says "left atrial abnormality", "Sinus Rhythm", "Probable right ventricular hypertrophy" Am I safe? Should I worr

See below. This are changes observed in particular leads and not absolute but suggestive (depending on the criteria). Left Atrial abnormality maybe is suggesting hypertension or another etiology that increased pressure. this could be backing up to the RV and cause hypertrophy. If that is the case you would Short of breath or have some difficulty breathing. More info needed to answer properly. Read more...