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60 Possible Causes for aVR, Increased Sweating, T Wave Inversion

  • Acute Myocardial Infarction

    The main wave direction of QRS in lead aVR was positive and showed an extreme right axis deviation.[] Features may initially be normal but abnormalities include new ST-segment elevation; initially peaked T waves and then T-wave inversion; new Q waves; new conduction defects[] Sympathetic activation is responsible for the diaphoresis (sweating) experienced by the patient.[]

  • Acute Pericarditis

    All the patients in the two groups showed consistent ST-segment depression in lead aVR and absence of ST-segment elevation in lead V1.[] Chest pain subsided within the day of admission followed by T-wave inversion on electrocardiogram.[] Side effects of corticosteroids include: weight gain mood swings increased sweating Other treatments and measures Treatment for pericarditis is different if it is not caused[]

  • Anterior Myocardial Infarction

    ST segment elevation in lead aVR with less ST segment elevation in lead V(1).[] wave inversion, suggesting evolved anterior wall myocardial infarction (AWMI).[] 3 height of R Wave Unless isolated in Lead III T Wave inversion Significant unless isolated to Lead III or Lead V1 T Wave must be at least 1 mm deep ST-T elevation ( 1mm[]

  • Myocardial Infarction

    ECG revealed a diminished R wave in V2-V4 with ST elevation in V2-V5 and in aVR. Biphasic T wave was seen in V2-V6.[] Electrocardiography showed a sinus rhythm with Q-wave formation in the inferior wall leads (II, III, aVF), T-wave inversion in the same leads, and borderline QT prolongation[] Sympathetic activation is responsible for the diaphoresis (sweating) experienced by the patient.[]

  • Acute Coronary Syndrome

    Small Q waves (ie, 1, V 2, and V 3 ; and lead AVR is often a QS complex normally.[] Table 2: Risk factors associated with ACS (b) Physical Examination Physical findings associated with ACS are generally non-specific and include pallor, anxiety, sweating,[] The ECG shows persistent or transient ST-segment depression or T-wave inversion, flat T waves, pseudo-normalisation of T waves, or no ECG changes at presentation.[]

  • Coronary Atherosclerosis

    Although most will recognise the typical ECG features of ST elevation myocardial infarction, the significance of ST elevation in lead aVR may not always be appreciated.[] […] or appearance or disappearance of localized ST-elevation followed by T-wave inversion in two or more standard electrocardiograph leads; (c) increase in concentration of serum[] MI patients often report a protracted course of anginal pain associated with increased sweating.[]

  • Acute Massive Pulmonary Embolism

    A new electrocardiogram finding for massive pulmonary embolism: ST elevation in lead aVR with ST depression in leads I and V(4) to V(6).[] […] suggest worse prognosis since the six findings identified with RV strain on ECG (heart rate 100 beats per minute, S1Q3T3, inverted T waves in leads V1-V4, ST elevation in aVR[] Sinus tachycardia is the most common ECG finding and is present 8-69% of the time, T-wave inversions in leads III and aVF are present 17-35% of the time, and T-wave inversions[]

  • Pericarditis

    If used for a prolonged duration, they can produce side effects such as weight gain, mood swings, and increased sweating.[] Reciprocal ST depression and PR elevation in V1 and aVR.[] […] have Q waves during evolution ST-segment elevation in middle and left precordial leads, but may be widespread Upward convex ST-segment elevation May have T-wave inversion[]

  • Inferior Wall Myocardial Infarction

    ST depression in aVR or 0.1 mV was found in 14 (70%) patients who had LCX as the IRA, and in 4 (5.7%, p or 0.1 mV in aVR as a criterion, the sensitivity and specificity in[] Diagnostic T-wave inversion was defined as complete T inversion or biphasic waves with initial, predominantly negative deflection.[] On electrocardiography, inferior myocardial infarction exhibits pathological changes in limb leads II, III, and aVF, in the form of ST elevation or depression, and/or T wave[]

  • Dressler Syndrome

    The signs and symptoms of Dressler Syndrome include, but are not limited to, the following: Low-grade fever, chills, sweating Chest pain; pain in chest increases on coughing[] Reciprocal ST depression and PR elevation in V1 and aVR.[] T-wave inversion and PR-segment depression can be seen in ECG. [7] Cardiac MRI scan (CMR) or CT scan These are valuable investigation modalities to diagnose pericardial pathologies[]

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