heart axial rotation

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overactor
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Date Joined Oct 2008
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   Posted 10/11/2008 10:56 AM (GMT -6)   
 ive been told i have:
    -    Decrease in AP diameter of chest is noted, measuring 6.5 cm

-         Displacement & axial rotation of the heart

-         Early heterogeneous arterial enhancement of the spleen

-         Significant reflux of contrast is noted in the inferior vena cava from right atrium

-    & my EKG Test: = Lateral Infarct (Abnormal EKG)

 

I found that: Sudden occlusion of the Circumflex artery leads to lateral infarction.  In about 10% of patients this artery (rather than the RCA) also

supplies the inferior and posterior walls of the left ventricle.

 

* Does anyone else have this or know anything about any of it?  im worried

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