Undecended testis with normal ecg.

A male child 7yrs old has undecended testis lt side.pain abdomen over inguinal canal lt side.ecg is enclosed.kindly interpreate ecg.and advise tt plan for undescended testis.

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Age is 7 yrs only with undescended testis Present ecg is absolutely against the surgery right now NSR sinus bradycardia hrt rate is hardly 40bpm Prolonged pr interval and qtc With lt axis deviation t inversion in v2v3v4 Pt has CHB with lvh R/o congenital heart disease

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A 2; 1 - Atrio - ventricular- incomplete heart block - Patient needs an echocardiography and cardilogical evaluation. Mean - while- Surgery for undescended testis can be done under ketamine anesthesia- although at 7 years of age - it is already too late and testis may be non - functional

NSR , with SINUS PAUCE / ARREST . Inverted T in V1,2 , due to normal right ventricular dominance, common in children ECHO, Holter monitor suggested before surgery. Electrolytes estimation

Ecg reveals t inversion v1 to v3. It's a juvenile ecg pattern. Undecided testis is a surgical problem. Surgeon is a better person to address it

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Undescended testis has no relation to ECG. This ECG Shows v1 to v3 t wave inversion go for Echo for any congenital birth defect

T wave inversion in v1 to v3 which is normal But I don't understand the need of ECG in this case with vague correlation

2:1 AV Block Further workout to be done If there is no evidence of CHB, operation can be done under expert Anaesthetist

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CHB Rull out congenital heart diease

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