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15 Possible Causes for Electrocardiogram Change, Mesocardia, Normal Electrocardiogram

  • Corrected Transposition of the Great Vessels

    Laboratory investigations including haematocrit and electrolytes were normal.[] The chest X-ray showed mesocardia. He began to experience signs and symptoms of heart failure in 1992, with a systolic murmur audible over the left sternal border.[] […] descending branch and gives rise to a circumflex branch left coronary artery resembles a right coronary artery situs inversus Plain radiograph Chest radiographs may present with mesocardia[]

  • Ebstein Malformation

    The present case report illustrates fetal echocardiographic clues to the diagnosis that include mesocardia and apically displaced attachment of the left-sided atrioventricular[] The electrocardiogram showed normal sinus rhythm, dilation of the right atrium and right bundle-branch block. The chest X-ray film showed a CTR 0.95 (Figure 1).[] In mesocardia, the heart is centrally located in the chest with normal atrial and visceral anatomy. The apex is central or displaced to the right on chest radiography.[]

  • Uhl Anomaly

    […] congenital (at birth) Holt oram syndrome Hypoplasia of cardiac vein, congenital Malposition of cardiac apex, congenital (at birth) Malposition of heart, congenital (at birth) Mesocardia[] Chest X-ray showed cardiomegaly, whereas electrocardiogram showed a normal sinus rhythm with poor right ventricular (RV) forces.[] Electrocardiogram on presentation showed normal sinus rhythm with Himalayan P waves (P waves 5 mm and peaked in lead II), right bundle branch block and right axis deviation[]

  • Levocardia

    Case 1 was mixed levocardia with atrial inversion and its electrocardiogram showed a change in the direction of PI, W.P.W. syndrome and ectopic pace maker.[] Plain X-ray films of the chest and abdomen showed a normally located heart and a right-sided stomach ( Fig. 1 ). The electrocardiogram was normal with sinus rhythm.[] Other forms of cardiac malposition, including dextrocardia, mesocardia and criss-cross heart, with chest radiograph and CMR correlation, are also discussed.[]

  • Dextrocardia

    […] containing back-references to 746.87 : Abdomen, abdominal - see also condition heart 746.87 Anomaly, anomalous (congenital) (unspecified type) 759.9 Asplenia 759.0 with mesocardia[] Most prehospital clinicians will not recognize any abnormalities other than those found on the electrocardiogram.[] Fig. 2 A right-sided, 12-lead electrocardiogram shows normal axis and normal progression of R-wave amplitude in the precordial leads.[]

  • Situs Inversus

    This changed our diagnosis to SI and the left sided pathology was now thought to be appendicular in origin.[] […] with normal lead placement showed marked right axis deviation with negative p wave in lead aVL and I.[] Mesocardia, a midline heart is sometimes regarded as a fourth malposition.[]

  • Congenital Pericardium Anomaly

    Lead II, has changed places with Lead III. Electrocardiogram from a case of dextro-versio-cordis, i. e.. simple displacement of the heart to the right.[] Her cardiac examination was completely normal. Her electrocardiogram showed poor R wave progression.[] […] tumours, kyphoscoliosis, abnormalities of the diaphragm. cardiac orientation - the base to apex orientation of the heart: levocardia - apex directed to the left of the midline mesocardia[]

  • Cardiac Diverticulum

    […] congenital (at birth) Holt oram syndrome Hypoplasia of cardiac vein, congenital Malposition of cardiac apex, congenital (at birth) Malposition of heart, congenital (at birth) Mesocardia[] The 12-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) showed sinus rhythm without any ischemic changes.[] Electrocardiogram was normal.[]

  • Transposition of the Great Vessels

    Diagnostic Evaluation Chest Radiograph With mesocardia or levocardia, the diagnosis may be suspected from the chest radiograph.[] Babies with transposed great arteries need surgery soon to change their blood flow so oxygen-poor blood goes to their lungs and oxygen-rich blood goes to their body.[] Electrocardiogram (ECG) shows a right axis deviation and right ventricular hypertrophy. Unfortunately, both sets of ECG findings can be viewed as normal in the newborn.[]

  • Cor Biloculare

    Complete or incomplete atrioventricular [AV] block [746.87]]: Malposition of heart and cardiac apex · Abdominal heart · Dextrocardia · Ectopia cordis · Levocardia (isolated) · Mesocardia[] ST- or T-wave changes.[] Her electrocardiogram and chest X-rays were also unremarkable.[]