... to have a mild defect in the basal portion without affecting the mid or apical portion. ... (1 replies)
... I just recently had a MYOCARDIAL PERFUSION SCAN.The results were, Probable abnormal images, with a mild reversible inferior wall defect suggestive of Inducible Ischemia. ... (3 replies)
... ce is injected at rest and images are made of blood flow to the heart tissues. Then there is the same injection and image after peak exercise. "Mild reversible inferior wall defect" indicates some mild reduction of blood flow to the inferior wall during exercise, but normal blood flow at rest. ... (18 replies)
... Lenin and Rsabatini,
Reversable in context of heart muscle was stated in my report also. My research indicated it means blood flow returning to normal with rest. My reversibility was consistent with ischemia due vessel blockage.
Rsabatini's report to me indicates there is reversibility to a large area of perfusion (inferior wall defect), but does not reverse consistent... (8 replies)
Similar to my report 2 1/2 years ago except I had severe Mitral valve regurgitation also.
Your EF is approx. 25%. Means about 25% of the blood in the left ventricle is pumped out with each heart beat. 55 to 75% is normal...below 30% is heart failure.
Ischemia (lack of blood supply) due to blocked coronary artery (left side). Right side shows infarction (muscle... (8 replies)
... Review of SPECT imaging reveals large in size, moderate in severity anterior wall defect with complete reversibility associated with a large severe interior wall defect without resersibility. ... (8 replies)
... There are small anterior and inferoseptal reversible defects. Parodoxical inferior wall defect. ... (2 replies)
... I just recently had a MYOCARDIAL PERFUSION SCAN.The results were, Probable abnormal images, with a mild reversible inferior wall defect suggestive of Inducible Ischemia. ... (18 replies)
... Mild to moderate inferior wall perfusion defect with a summed Rest score of 3, indicating significant improvement from the stress study. ... (1 replies)
... apical wall with a further fixed defect in the inferior wall. described as a intermediate risk study. ... (6 replies)
... Whether hypokinesis is fatal depends on location and degree of necrosis if any. Your wall motion abnormality was not caused by an infarction according to your doctor. You may or may not have any significant hypokensis currently. ... (10 replies)
... Echo showed a mild fixed defect in the basal inferior wall. ... (13 replies)
... rest images demonstrate a small portion of the basal inferior wall with a mild fixed defect. ... (1 replies)
... FOCAL REVERVIBLE STRESS DEFECT,BASAL HALF OF INFERIOR WALL
that was my diagnosis after having a stree test with cardiolite,I have an app. on the 13thwith a cardiologist, looking for info, was put on 50mg toprol right after the tests, bp avg was 145/90-95 hr 85-95 now 131/80 hr 60-70
any info would be nice (2 replies)
... moderate fixed defect in the periapical region, uncertain if a true reading as attenuation correction introdcued demonstrate decreased perfusion to the anterior wall that is not present with filtered back reconstruction technique. ... (3 replies)
... A mild reversible defect is located in the basal portion of the lateral wall. A mild reversible inferior defect extends from apex to base. ... (6 replies)
... severity, perfusion defect within the basal and mid inferior segments. With stress this defect is less prominent. Left ventricular diiatation with stress is not seen. ... (1 replies)