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66 Possible Causes for Cardiac Signs and Symptoms, Poor R Wave Progression

  • Anterior Myocardial Infarction

    The remarkable feature is the poor R wave progression in the V1 and V2 leads and the ST elevation and T wave changes in leads V1 to V4 and I and aVL.[] Unless the infarction is massive, signs and symptoms of CHF generally do not occur until a few days after the infarction.[] This is a cause of poor R wave progression , or PRWP.[]

  • Infiltrative Cardiomyopathy

    The electrocardiogram showed normal sinus rhythm, QS waves in the inferior leads, poor R progression in the precordial leads and T-wave inversion in I and aVL ( Figure 1 )[] […] biomarker elevation suggestive of myopericarditis; or when a patient presents with clinical signs and symptoms of an acute MI and a normal coronary angiogram.[] Against it was the ECG showing poor R-wave progression and echocardiographic findings suggestive of an infiltrative disease, with symmetric biventricular wall thickening and[]

  • Cor Pulmonale

    R wave progression RAE with and RVH multifocal atrial tachycardia return to top Differential Diagnosis return to top Treatments Consequences and Course return to top The[] Patients present with signs and symptoms of right ventricular dysfunction and low cardiac output including dyspnea, chest pain and peripheral edema.[] […] hearted failure include: increased JVP hepatomegaly return to top Investigations lab investigations diagnostic imaging Lab Investigations Diagnostic Imaging ECG shows: RAD and poor[]

  • Right Ventricular Dilatation

    Figure 3 shows atrial fibrillation, poor R wave progression, and diffuse ST-segment abnormalities in an ECG from a patient with ischemic cardiomyopathy.[] […] biomarker elevation suggestive of myopericarditis; or when a patient presents with clinical signs and symptoms of an acute MI and a normal coronary angiogram.[] Back to Top General Consideration Signs and Symptoms The cardiomyopathies represent a spectrum of disease and as such have various presentations ( Figure 1 ).[]

  • Right Ventricular Outflow Obstruction

    The absence of many of the classic signs and symptoms of pericardial tamponade is noted, as is the possibility of unusual changes in the appearance or function of the heart[] The importance of a low, fixed cardiac output and nonspecific physical findings in suggesting the clinical diagnosis is emphasized.[]

  • Pulmonary Embolism

    Syncope and altered mental status, which suggest a compromised cardiac output, are additional signs of a pulmonary embolism [1].[] […] and symptoms suggesting thrombophlebitis - 32% Lower extremity edema - 24% Cardiac murmur - 23% Cyanosis - 19% The PIOPED study reported the following incidence of common[] […] and symptoms suggesting thrombophlebitis: 32% Lower extremity edema: 24% Cardiac murmur: 23% Cyanosis: 19% Testing Perform diagnostic testing on symptomatic patients with[]

  • Pulmonary Edema

    However, if a patient has equivocal symptoms and signs combined with a modest elevation in NT-proBNP, it is most likely to represent cardiac dysfunction.[] Signs and symptoms [ edit ] The most common symptom of pulmonary edema is difficulty breathing, but may include other symptoms such as coughing up blood (classically seen[] Acute HF is defined as the rapid onset of signs and symptoms secondary to abnormal cardiac function.[]

  • Recurrent Pulmonary Embolism

    The most common signs of PE are Less commonly, patients have hypotension.[] Massive PE may manifest with hypotension, tachycardia, light-headedness/presyncope, syncope, or cardiac arrest.[] Less common symptoms include Cough (usually caused by comorbid disorders) Hemoptysis (occasionally occurs when there is pulmonary infarction) In elderly patients, the first symptom[]

  • Eisenmenger Syndrome

    Abstract A 41-year-old man with atrial septal defect-Eisenmenger syndrome presented with progressively worsening breathlessness. The echocardiogram, computerized tomographic scan and magnetic resonance imaging of the thorax showed dilated pulmonary arteries and large thrombi in the right and left pulmonary[…][]

  • Acute Cor Pulmonale

    Abstract Microscopic pulmonary tumour embolism is a rare cause of pulmonary hypertension. In most of the reported cases, symptoms develop over several days or weeks in patients previously diagnosed with malignant diseases. In our case, a 41-year-old man with an unremarkable medical history presented with[…][]

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