Discussion in 'Case Studies' started by Egyptian Doctor, Dec 15, 2013.
The hx suggest HOCM, but the ECHO is normal. The ECG only shows an R in V1, which may not be significant. With the hx, the pt needs further investigation with a stress ECG followed by a Holter. May have sick-sinus syndrome or a WPW as one can imagine a delta wave in some leads.
sorry, no idea...
j wave syndrome
EKG is absolutely normal,there is no Block or HCM
evaluation needed to rule out HOCM and CMRI is more accurate than echo
Left ventricular hypertrophy
There is a small delta wave, but i'm not really sure about WPW
i don't see Brugada here. sokolow-lyon is < than 35mm so i don't think it's LVH, but echocardio could be useful
Both the EKG and echo have ruled out cardiomyopathy. I would still evaluate for anemia, hypothyroidism, etc. but my greatest concern is ruled out.
LVH ,,, but no WPW ( no delta wave ! )
peaked t wave hyperkalemia.. check for potassium level and kidney function???
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