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Acute inferior MI

A Male 65yrs old having chest pain retrosternaly centrally localised and also back over interscapular region with prespiration and sweating.Bp-160/100mm of hg. Ecg enclosed.kindly interpreate.

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ST segments are classically elevated in lead ll / lll & in aVF... Simultenously T wave inversion in aVL /V2 & in V3 are suggestive of Inferior wall MI.
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? MI .. NEED'S.. ANGIOGRAPHY.. ANGIOPLASTY..
MI NEED Angiography and Angioplasty
Inferior MI
ST segment elevation in lead II III and aVF with corresponding T wave inversion in lead aVL, V2, V3 It is suggestive of inferior wall MI please do cardiac enzymes, 2 D ECHO and emergent Angiography and if required Angioplasty
ST segments are classically elevated in lead ll / lll & in aVF... Simultenously T wave inversion in aVL /V2 & in V3 are suggestive of Inferior wall MI.
Age hypertension history with inferior wall infarction do tropi & t 2 decho admit at pci angiography on reports decide angioplasty or cabg
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ST elevation in Inferior leads and reciprocal ST depression in anterior leads- acute inferior MI
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Inferior wall MI