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303 Possible Causes for Chest Pain, Left Axis Deviation

  • Aortic Valve Stenosis

    References: [3] [7] [4] Diagnostics ECG Nonspecific for AS Signs of left ventricular hypertrophy (e.g., left axis deviation , positive Sokolow-Lyon index ) Chest x-ray Findings[] Chest pain in patients with aortic stenosis is the same as chest pain (angina) experienced by patients with coronary artery disease .[] A 69-year-old man presented with shortness of breath and exertional chest pain.[]

  • Inferior Wall Myocardial Infarction

    Note pathologic Q-waves in V1-4, late R wave in V1, wide S waves in lead I, and left axis deviation (-80 degrees).[] Thirty-six to 72 hours after the onset of chest pain a 99mtechnetium pyrophosphate scintigraphy and a dynamic flow study were performed to detect right ventricular involvement[] Chest pain is widely described as the predominant finding in the setting of a myocardial infarction and is present in virtually all patients.[]

  • Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

    ECG: Findings also may include right or left axis deviation, conduction abnormalities, sinus bradycardia with ectopic atrial rhythm and atrial enlargement.[] Apical HCM can lead to drug-refractory chest pain.[] Common electrocardiographic findings include ST-T wave abnormalities and left ventricular hypertrophy, axis deviation (right or left), conduction abnormalities (P-R prolongation[]

  • Left Bundle Branch Block

    Left bundle branch block is usually associated with normal or left axis deviation.[] […] patients with chest pain.[] Left bundle branch block is usually associated with normal or left axis deviation. Rarely the ECG shows a LBBB with changing QRS morphology and changing axis deviation.[]

  • Pulmonary Embolism

    axis deviation and an S in V3 plus R in aVL 20 mm 4 New onset right bundle branch block 5 New onset left bundle branch block M2 Select Answer to see Preferred Response PREFERRED[] The chest pain remained at the same level.[] The differential diagnosis of acute chest pain is very important, and can sometimes be challenging.[]

  • Cardiac Amyloidosis

    A CMR was requested to further assess left ventricular hypertrophy, as well as the origin of the chest pain.[] The usual cardiac symptoms noted in patients with amyloidosis include dyspnea, peripheral edema, and palpitations secondary to arrhythmias.(1) Chest pain secondary to myocardial[] On May 31, 2004, I took Lynn to the ER again with chest pain and dyspnea on exertion. He stated that the chest pain was not associated with exertion.[]

  • Coronary Ischemia

    Chest pain is a frequent symptom in the emergency department and often presents a diagnostic challenge.[] Step 3: Axis – Determine normal axis, left axis deviation or right axis deviation. The easiest way to determine the axis is by examining leads I and II.[] Our aim was to investigate causes of chest pain in patients with coronary artery disease.[]

  • Cardiomyopathy

    Biatrial enlargement Left ventricular hypertrophy or biventricular enlargement Left bundle branch block ( RBBB can also occur). Left axis deviation.[] What Conditions Are Associated with Chest Pain? There are numerous conditions associated with chest pain.[] Myomectomy can result in significant reductions in shortness of breath, chest pain and instances of passing out.[]

  • Aortic Valve Insufficiency

    Have you experienced any chest pain, back pain or leg pain within the last six months and how often?[] Chest pain or pressure ( angina ), often brought on by exercise, when the heart has to work harder. Fainting.[] People with more severe aortic regurgitation may notice heart palpitations, chest pain, fatigue, or shortness of breath.[]

  • Ventricular Fibrillation

    A 33-year-old man presented with waxing and waning severe substernal chest pain.[] In this patient the VT had a right bundle-branch block and left axis deviation morphology (Belhassen morphology). The VT responded well to verapamil therapy.[] The most common presentation is acute substernal chest pain, although occasionally dyspnea and syncope, and rarely shock with ST-segment elevation and elevated cardiac biomarkers[]

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