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... An anteroseptal infarction refers to the specific area of the heart which has died because it did not receive bloodflow. ... (4 replies)
... m 19. I have been diagnosed with Concealed Anteroseptal Accessory Pathway. ... (4 replies)
... Anteroseptal infarct (1 replies)

... I had an ECG which shows suspect Anteroseptal Infarction? ... (0 replies)
... abnormal probable old anteroseptal infarction. What does this mean? ... (0 replies)
... as well as possible anteroseptal infarct age unknown. ... (0 replies)
... Do you have diabetes? The ECG suggests that you've had a small heart attack in the past that was either asymptomatic, or you had symptoms that were mild but the damage was done. The actual small heart attack can't be reversed; however, the cardiologist will do a number of investigations to assess your risk for this happening further, and then put you on medications to... (4 replies)
... I had a routine EKG and the finding was "Contour abnormality consistent with anteroseptal infarct, age unknown" I've been referred to a cardiologist, but can't get in for over a week and the not knowing is worrisome to say the least. Thank you! ... (4 replies)
... what is an anteroseptal infarction? ... (4 replies)
... I had an ECG which shows suspect Anteroseptal Infarction. Can any body tell me what that is and is it a very serious condition? ... (0 replies)
... Lisa, I think you have find a very interesting WPWer. I don't know what WPW that I have. I had palpitations in 6 yrs old. Diagnosed WPW at 15 yrs old. Pacemaker went in 1982 and His bundle ablation in 1985. After ablation, I was medication and palpitation free. Until Feb 2005, A-Fib, A-tach found. Medication starts from that point. My pulse never goes over 70. ... (4 replies)
... And with the thaluim stress test I dont understand what "Mild in severity, small to moderate in distribution photopenia in the anteroseptal wall is of similar intensity but greater distribution on rest imaging, therefore attributed to breast attenuation artifact. ... (0 replies)
... Did your EKGs say, "Possible Anteroseptal infarct"? ... (1 replies)
... I think this relates back to the anteroseptal region, or the LAD supplied region at least, based onthe distance away from apex. ... (1 replies)
... Initial EKG showed sinus tachycardia with nonspecific ST-segment changes. A repeat EKG this morning now shows significant T-wave inversions in leads V1 through V3. There is also late R-wave progression in her initial EKG. Her initial troponin was elevated at 0.19 and is now downtrending to 0.14 with an associated CK-MB of 5.5. An echocardiogram today shows borderline LV... (0 replies)
... This is a heart attack in part of the septal muscle. This is a bit not getting enough blood. In some cases Drs can even cause this to happen - like in my case. I have a thickened septum and they can kill off bits of it by introducing alcohol into an artery supplying it. That results in a bit dying and scarring up - making the septal wall thinner. Mine is too thick. I just... (1 replies)
... involving apex, apical segments of anterior, anteroseptal walls with partial thickness involvement of basal and mid segments. ... (0 replies)
... I've had 8 EKGs, that show I've had an Anteroseptal infarct. But, my cardiologist tells me that because my Heart Cath came back normal, I should worry. My really bad EKGs are normal for ME! ... (1 replies)
... Your symptoms remind me of some of the symptoms that I used to have when my Diastolic Heart Failure was much worse. As my condition worsened, I could no longer recline, either to watch TV or sleep. I had to sleep sitting up. I went on a very healthy diet; cut out takeouts and eating out; ate a lot of salads and small, low calorie meals. I avoided anything that could... (7 replies)
... I'm a 32 year old woman in seemingly good physical health, normal range BMI who just up and started having cardiac symptoms. Chest discomfort, twinges of pain, pressure, shortness of breath, racing heartbeat. A few times previous to onset of above mentioned symptoms I had hand/feet swelling and bluing in the hands. No major health risks. I did have "exercise induced... (7 replies)

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