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Heart Problem
Sep 3, 2014
... Your results show a small area of mild photopenia. This can mean one of two things. One is "true" ischemia meaning that there is a possible blockage or the other is a false positive. ... (1 replies)
... that no angina was reported from your mother based upon the ischemia that is being observed. ... (1 replies)
... My mom got the following report after her stress test: l. Fair exercise tolerance 2. Suspicious for anteroseptal ischemia 3. No chest pain or arrhythmia during stress test Perfusion scan report to follow ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ (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)
INDUCIBLE ISCHEMIA
Feb 17, 2007
... 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)
INDUCIBLE ISCHEMIA
Aug 31, 2002
... 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)
... in size, moderate in severity anterior wall defect with complete reversibility associated with a large inferior wall defect without reversibility consistent with ischemia in the distribution of the anterior descending coronary artery and infarction in the distribution of the right coronary artery. ... (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)
... Angina pectoris is a symptom of myocardial ischemia or infarction caused by an imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and demand. ... (1 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)
... Anterior and inferior ischemia. Normal Electrocardiogram response. ... (5 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)




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