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Abnormal ECG
Just had a ECG and it says there is left atrial abnormality and left axis deviation RBBB with left anterior fascicular block possible left ventricular hypertrophy
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It's natural to be concerned about an "abnormal" EKG.  The best plan is to discuss the significance of your EKG findings with your doctor and determining whether you need further evaluation.
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In the absence of a complete history and physical exam and actual review of an EKG tracing, it's impossible to make a meaningful evaluation based exclusively on what is probably the machine interpretation of your EKG.
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