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... l and your ef to increase.The short answer to the high EF is that your left ventricle is not filling correctly, therefore your left ventricle is pumping a higher fraction of the total amount of blood entering it. ... (13 replies)
... My 23 year old daugther had an stress echo 4 years ago due to a heart murmer. The result was normal with ejection fraction of 60. ... (1 replies)
... An LV ejection fraction of 50 percent or lower is considered reduced. Experts vary in their opinion about an ejection fraction between 50 and 55 percent, and some would consider this a "borderline" range. ... (6 replies)

... it says left ventricle- baseline the left ventricle is normal in size there is normal left ventricular wall thickness left ventricle systolic function is moderately reduced at rest left ventricle- peak with exercise all segments improved, but the improvement was not dramatic. the heart rate during the images was submaximal. In recovery there was brief sinus... (9 replies)
... Hello all, I am a 23 year old male (I know, too young for this stuff) and I work for EMS. I started to feel palpatations and an irregular heartbeat and put myself on the monitor at work. The result was frequent PAC's....almost trigeminy, with every 3rd beat being a PAC. I became worried because these occurances started to be symptomatic, with me feeling weak and short of... (5 replies)
Abnormal ekg?
Jun 30, 2006
... I have very extensive collaterals running right-left from the RCA towards the LAD. These were in response to a chronic total occlusion in my proximal LAD that for all I know, I had been living with for years. However, my MI was in the proximal RCA, above much of the collateral vessels. Plus, at the time, I just thought I had bad indigestion, and it actually went away a... (9 replies)
... ested that I have an echogram and stress test. I went to the ER because my pulse was very high and I felt faint. I didn't have a heart attack. My stress test was abnormal as well, so the cardiologist sent me for a nuclear scan and echogram. ... (5 replies)
... Echocardiogram with contrast. Look for a cardiologist who specializes in womens heart disease. I am on amlodipine, isosorbide mononitrate to control my heart rate and nitroglycerin for angina while deciding on bypass surgery or not. (13 replies)
... How were your blockages finally found at Loma Linda? Have you had treatment? If so, what? I am having chest pain every day, shortness of breath, lightheadedness. I had an abnormal echo (basal inferior wall hypkinesis). Then had a myocardial perfusion scan, a CT scan, a cardiac MRI, and finally the cardiac catherization. All they will say is that I do have "mild" hypokinesis... (13 replies)
... I am 60. Thank you. Everything else is normal. Normal ejection fraction. ... (0 replies)
... There could be left ventricle hypertrophy, abnormal wall thickness, or dilated left ventricle! Worst case scenario. ... (9 replies)
... ST segment depression is always an abnormal finding, although often nonspecific.I think RVCD might stand for right ventricle conduction disorder. ... (13 replies)
... R.M., I sympathize with your conundrum. EKG's and stress test imply ischemia while catheter angiography denies it. Ejection Fraction of 53% is weak but not seriously so. I wouldn't worry too much if the pain is not brought on by exercise. Pain in left center of chest could be a bronchial irritation caused by smoking. As an ex-smoker, I know that smoker's bronchitis is... (5 replies)
... that had an abnormal Echocardiogram and stress test 2 months ago. ... (5 replies)
... entricular function is normal ,the left ventricular regional wall motion is abnormal Then it goes on to read under scan significance heading , The examination is abnormal ,and indicates a low to intermediate risk for hard cardiac events , the left ventricular dilation is normal. I hope this Information helps. ... (2 replies)
Jun 11, 2003
... Hi Sara, Wow you never had any symptoms? It's to bad you can't play sports now. That really stinks. What do you do to control it? I found out I had this when I went to the cardioligist because I was having rapid heart beat and shortness of breath with no activity. I was getting a pulse of about 130 just from little things like walking from one room to another. It was very... (9 replies)
... Here are a couple of articles that show guidelines for treatment. Angina pectoris is a symptom of myocardial ischemia or infarction caused by an imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and demand. Etiology. Ischemia is secondary to coronary artery disease in 95% of patients. A decreased oxygen supply from anemia, hypotension, vasospasm, or arrhythmias or an... (1 replies)
... LDL numbers. Ejection fraction of 0. ... (3 replies)
... A MUGA scan is a test to show what your ejection fraction is. ... (3 replies)
... ft and right Ventricle function at the lower limit of normal but with increased volume. No focal wall motion abnormality or wall thinning. No myocardial edema or abnormal delayed enhancement. No evidence of pericardial disease. ... (19 replies)

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