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1,195 Possible Causes for Electrocardiogram Change, Excessive Trabeculation in Right Ventricle, Fluctuating Level of Consciousness

  • Stroke

    Magnetic resonance imaging A brain MRI uses magnets and radio waves to show changes in brain tissue.[] Has a depressed level of consciousness (Glasgow Coma Score below 13). Has unexplained progressive or fluctuating symptoms. Has papilloedema, neck stiffness or fever.[] Electrocardiogram (EKG) is a heart test to help detect heart problems that may have led to a stroke.[]

    Missing: Excessive Trabeculation in Right Ventricle
  • Cardiac Arrhythmia

    Holter monitoring - This test is essentially a portable electrocardiogram, which records changes in heart rhythm as a person goes about daily activities.[] A particularly dangerous arrhythmia, polymorphic ventricular tachycardia (in which there is a continually changing morphology of the electrocardiogram complexes), is probably[]

    Missing: Excessive Trabeculation in Right Ventricle
  • Heart Failure

    Acute cerebral injuries, such as cerebral ischemic or hemorrhagic events, have been repeatedly correlated with sudden electrocardiogram (ECG) changes, such as cardiac arrhythmias[]

    Missing: Excessive Trabeculation in Right Ventricle
  • Myocardial Infarction

    A case was diagnosed as AMI if two out of the three criteria (clinical symptoms, electrocardiogram changes and raised enzyme levels) were positive.[] , electrocardiogram changes indicative of ischemia (ST segment elevation or depression), or coronary artery intervention (e.g., coronary angioplasty); or (2) pathologic findings[] […] typical increase and gradual decrease of biochemical markers of myocardial necrosis and at least 1 of the following: ischemic symptoms, development of pathologic Q waves on electrocardiogram[]

    Missing: Excessive Trabeculation in Right Ventricle
  • Pulmonary Embolism

    Pre-specified data such as clinical presentation, electrocardiogram changes, transthoracic echocardiographic findings, cardiac biomarkers, diagnostic imaging, therapy, and[] It is concluded that although there are electrocardiogram (ECG) changes that are more common in PE, the ECG alone is not sufficiently sensitive or specific to rule out or[]

    Missing: Excessive Trabeculation in Right Ventricle
  • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

    Other These patients should also have an electrocardiogram (ECG) done, which may reveal ST changes, abnormalities such as QRS or QT prolongation, or T wave peaking or inversion[] ECG Changes • The electrocardiogram (ECG) frequently shows ST-segment and T-wave changes similar to those associated with cardiac ischemia. • Prolonged QRS complex, increased[]

    Missing: Excessive Trabeculation in Right Ventricle
  • Hypokalemia

    Oral replacement is preferred except when there is no functioning bowel or in the setting of electrocardiogram changes, neurologic symptoms, cardiac ischemia, or digitalis[] Treatments involve inducing potassium loss. 6-8 Electrocardiogram changes in hyperkalemia include a tall peaked T wave.[] Careful monitoring of electrocardiogram changes and muscle weakness in hyperkalemia is important to determine its functional consequences.[]

    Missing: Excessive Trabeculation in Right Ventricle
  • Hemochromatosis

    There have been three previous reports of concurrent parkinsonism and HH. 2– 4 These cases exhibited diverse clinical signs such as cognitive decline, fluctuating level of[] consciousness, ataxia, pyramidal deficits, and parkinsonism, therefore clearly not representing IPD.[]

    Missing: Excessive Trabeculation in Right Ventricle
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

    Serial electrocardiograms, cTnI, or cTnT should be added to standard protocol to monitor changes or progression of injuries.[] Level of consciousness cannot be assessed accurately during periods of low arousal.[] Many emergency rooms and trauma centres have standard trauma protocols that include an initial chest radiograph, electrocardiogram, basic blood tests, and cardiac enzymes.[]

    Missing: Excessive Trabeculation in Right Ventricle
  • Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia

    The predominant RV involvement based on echocardiogram, cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and right precordial electrocardiogram changes can lead to misdiagnosis as[] We describe a case of AVRD in which cardiac computed tomography was used as the imaging method for the right ventricle.[] Based on this formulation, there are a number of noninvasive markers of myocardial vulnerability, including electrocardiogram (ECG) changes at rest or from ischemia, and alterations[]

    Missing: Fluctuating Level of Consciousness