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... ical records today, because I am moving. In a report he wrote last October, he indicated that my echocardiogram showed increased wall thickening and "borderline left ventricular hypertrophy", but that my diastolic function was well within normal range. ... (9 replies)
... m, an R wave in V5 or V6 exceeding 26 mm, or a sum of R wave in V5 or V6 and S wave in V2 of more than 35 mm are generally considered sufficient for diagnosis of left ventricular hypertrophy. ... (9 replies)
... Well, my ECG last year said "Minimal voltage criteria for LVH, may be normal variant". Lately, they've all been saying "Normal ECG" I know that my V1 is 10 mm, my V5 is about 17mm, and my V6 is about 15mm. So my V1 + V5 = 27mm, which is less than 35mm, which seems to make me okay, no? (9 replies)

... cm. And LV wall is the same. For some athletes the septal measurement is higher, and normal left ventrical chamber dimension is 3. ... (9 replies)
... I originally posted in high blood pressure because that's what would cause this LVH :) I've had it since I was 19. Anyway, I had an EKG done this morning. The nurse practioner who took it says it didn't look like anything was wrong, but i took it into my own hands. Although my V4 looked higher (17-18mm), I followed the instructions for determining LVH that I found... (9 replies)
... kness of your walls is normal. If they were abnormally thick, your cardiac output would be measurably worse and there would be at least some remodelling of your left ventricle. You would definitely know about it! Your normal ventricular function is also something to be happy about. ... (9 replies)
... Borderline Left Ventricular Hypertrophy. My Pulmonoligist thinks I have asthma and gave me singulair. Had a stress test yesterday and am awaiting official results. ... (51 replies)
... LV hypertrophy boarderline. ... (2 replies)
... Wow... "See if "high lateral leads" are greater than 11 mv. Use conversion of mv to mm listed in prior post. I agree with Flowergirl, the probability is slim that you have LVH based on your age, history and present condition." That was originally different :) I almost flipped. Alright, so with my current ECG, I'd say its safe to go to Boston. You guys are pretty... (9 replies)
... Prior post ref briefly Cornell product that considers voltage times QRS duration for LVH. To begin and referring to your more complicated calculation. But there is an easier method. LVH can be a positive (above the horizontal plane) in leads 1 or a VL (high lateral leads) greater than 11 mv. OR another method and the criteria you incompletely reference. A value... (9 replies)
... BTW, I should say that this is all because of hypertension. I've had hypertension since I was 19, I am now 23 (9 replies)
... Can anyone comment? (9 replies)
... Mild concentric left ventricular hypertrophy. Right ventricle is borderline dilated. Injection of contrast documented an interatrial shunt. Mitral valve leaflets appear mildly thickened. Trace tricuspid regurgitation. ... (0 replies)
... Mild concentric left ventricular hypertrophy. Right ventricle is borderline dilated. Injection of contrast documented an interatrial shunt. Mitral valve leaflets appear mildly thickened. Trace tricuspid regurgitation. ... (2 replies)
... lifter. I have an enlarged heart also. What I have is called Left Ventricular Hypertrophy. ... (13 replies)
... Is this normal? When I run or do vigorous or moderately vigorous exercise, once I slow down, I am aware of a pulsating in rhythm with my heartbeat in my ears. Also, I can place my hand over my heart and feel it beating. Is this something normal during exercise but I've just never felt around my chest during vigorous exercise before? It really scares me. It drove me to... (2 replies)
... No left ventricular or left atrial thrombus is identified. ... (3 replies)
... and I've had borderline hypertension since I was a little boy. I'm just getting it checked out now, but the docs all say it's anxiety. ... (0 replies)


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