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Myocardial Ischemia with features of LVH

76 yr old male pt presented in my OPD with complaints of Angina on effort . BP was 180/90 mmhg .Diagnosis plz.

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T INVERSTION IN latral lead. Strain patterns are seen. U.wave are seen. Latral wall ischemia with concentric LVH and diastolic strain. Electrolyte imbalance.Hypokalimia Do S.potassium Adv. Give B.blocker with ARB PT.REQUIRED diagnostic CAG.

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-30°-90° LAD The R wave is greater than 26mm in lead v5 and v6 The s wave is deeper QRS prolonged Normal intrinsicoid deflection v1 Delayed intrinsicoid deflection v6 LVE

T INVERSTION IN latral lead. Strain patterns are seen. U.wave are seen. Latral wall ischemia with concentric LVH and diastolic strain. Electrolyte imbalance.Hypokalimia Do S.potassium Adv. Give B.blocker with ARB PT.REQUIRED diagnostic CAG.

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Myocardial Ischemia with features of LVH in ECG suggestive of long standing persistent hypertension. Futher investigations required for MI

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Left axis deviation with lvh with strain pattern suggestive of subendocardial ischemia .. control bp salt restriction .. in some leads u waves visible ..get potassium levels. As well

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LAD LAHB LVH with strain How can anybody says Hypertrophy Concentric vs Eccentric WITHOUT ECHO

LEFTWARD AXIS LVH WITH STRAIN NORMAL PROMINENT U WAVE

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USA- Lateral Ischaemia

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LAD,LVH with strain.u waves seen,? hypokalemia.

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LAD , LVH WITH LV STRAIN PATTERN

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